Offie.'third storv Baltzell's Buildings, corner of.
Commerce & Chestnut streets,- :; ,
;:.-Advertisements of ten lines or less twentyv lines
* -. 'or'more id"iiroportion,) conspicuously inserted
^,. : t the flov.ow ing tales t
'*--- P,,e year,, **.... .*., 11 0 One noiih, 8..... )2 50
-. !. Six months........ .7 00 Three Weeeks, ..... 2 00
Three inontlhs;.... .5 00 Tivo wfeekz,...... 1 50
:'---Two: months,-:... -4 00. One iner on;.....: 0
When advertisements are sent Without any spe-
cial directions as to the nti-noJer of ilnertions
:--': ce4uired, it will be underto,-,d th 1 theyv ar',t t,
be published UNTIL FoaymW, they wili there-,
fore be continued at ouAriscretion, and char.ed
-, according to the foreg(ng rates.
Legal Advertisernents of- which the term of purb-
hication is fixed by law,,will onl%-be excepLted
from the above rule.
'To those w,,ho advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be m.ide; but all advertis,..irents not
; '.strictly pertaining toqtheir own business;, as
we'll as all legal advertisements s.?nt in by them,
: will be charged at the usual rates.
All announcements of Candidates f1,r office, will
be char-ed FIVE DOI..LARS during the canvass,
payable in all cases-]n advance.
: .Ail Communications, (when admissible,) of a
p tsoiial or individual nature, or p-ut of ne"w
inventions, goods, kce., will be charged fo, r as
advertisements, at our discretion.
PhIcenlix touse.
THE subscriber having refitted rhe above es-
tablishment, is inow-prepared to accommo-
which will give satisfaction to all. His table
will be supplied with every deliacy the rmarket
affords, and his whole attention will be devoted
to the comfort of-his guests. .
.. *" Attached to the establishment are two superior.
9%BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant SItention is
giveft tLo diose who indulge in this manual exi_-,-
cise. ," -
OYSTERS, .and every other delicacy which
may be wanted fur refresfiment, can be had at any
Arrangements have been made so that perma-
nent .and transient BOARDER,;;R' a4 -is well
acconinodted as at any other holls>: In IItile. cltV,
and the prices are in keeping witlh tile times.
.*.>:: .TERMS: :.
Board and Lodging, per week,....... $7 00
Board, per week ....i............... ,..,5 00
Board, per day,. '......... .... .... ..... 1-00
Cod g i n...m ............ g ...... ....5.... ). 50
Nov. 20 41 "f 1. H. tELTON

Apaiaclhicola Exclaige. -.
T HE PUBLIC are respectfully iiifor'ned that'
the ahove E8tablishment has ),-en entirely re-
fitted' and i0 now open for the rece|!tiUn of per-,
tnanpnt and francient boarders,and the -iibscriber-
hopes by strict attention to the buiijes-,:of iis
house-to be second to none in renderig i~s:ttest-
comfortable.. -
% Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all- hours, and
in t1e best style. The Bar attached turhle house,
4a usual, is -stocked with the best Miles and Li-
quors. -Grnteful for the liberal patronage hen.t,-
fore r,-... 'kv.ed, he hopes that hi-; friends aind the
public will continue to sustain him. oi,
. : ... '., : : H EZ --SM I H.
AX alacliie,-la. Dec'. t lt l.V;t (d _'Cl;-, t"

_--- A Card.
...rlDC. S W,.;^ SPENCER has remove- his
-^ .Li office'to tHie Baltzell Buildings. se:,nd floor,
over the store of N. Miller & Co. Ertrao from.
Chestnut street'. His residence is on Live Oak
street', fome.rly the residence of Charles R,_ers,
E S!' > ,.: .. .... .... .. I ,4

W1I. Sydney Green, 11. D.
DR"0 GEE.N takess this ol,iporti.initv of expres-
Jsing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
nttemrMthtat-it shall be tiis constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in'his profession.
? _Oih~e 0on C ntre, near Waiey street dec25)
i **: :! .... **** "' *ID r'F inch.:: '

W ILL; return, to Apalachic01a about the 6th.
inst., and.,resume the practice of his profes-
: sion. He returns his: thanks ,to. the public for the
,. very liberal encouragement he has heretofore re-
Scei;e~d, arnd hopes t~o received a continuance of their
Spatronage,' nK,'






glad to part with it at any price, and they sell it
to the ionny-lenders for whatever they choose to
give for it. The Farmers suffer, because produce
is so cheap that it is scarcely worth more than its
transportation from distant parts of the country
tn market. "hose of the Farmers who are in
*debt fur any considerable portion of their Farms,
must lose what they have paid and the labor t-hey
have bestowed on them, and perhaps be in debt
beside. /J'
nNot only do these people suffer as .individuals,
gkt thieyhaveto pay. by 1he fuNure eamin-nsof their
:dcitizenb, 'these very State Bond,. nd the in terest
on them by'selling the produoions of the State
at half-price and paying, double the legal interest.
'And who gather a'll fheprofits and benefits?
None but the Shyloeks,he absolute holders ,of-
the money, who have changed its value and now'
reap all the benefit oj that cliange. Tlie mnan
who had'all his meannyor a cy* .-'." prop tv
r lrc l,_,-:. --T4+N-nanvl)._6liad money owin, to himr,
if he collec-ed it, and w, obliged to pay-Ilis own
debt with it, no matter 1dw m'uach of his debtor's
property he had to sell, when he had received
the money and Was colnpelled to pay it for this.
debt, of course gained nothing. But this. trouble
lies beyond the.useful business of the Coutry in
the use of the money capital /'Weigher might
as well be allowed, because hie owns his scales,-to
have them so. made that lihacotild move the ftl-
crum at pleasure; thu-s, when buying, place the
Iweight on the long end of "the beamr, and when,
selli 'll. n the short.- All weiglits and measures
are regnlattd by Law, in regard- to length weight
or size, vet anv one. may make his own; but if it
be unjust he is liale-tol p, Unishment. Still,"the
Very measuree wh, ii can be made only by thie G0-
vernitont and-.hose especially delegated by itl
oppresses tQ4 whole business of tthe Nation, 'and
even- u-,urps authority over. the Government itself.
Tilis evil exists not only in +this, but n- every
crintry v and therekbre it is urged by our noneved
cap it lists that. all restrictions, upon Usury should
be reraoved and~all-laws against-it abolished; be-
cause; say they, it is -impossible to prevent Usury,
and 1te Law hIad better .not be -in, existence. _Se-
veral petiti,,s advocating, for -the above reason,
thbe abolition of the law have been sent to the
Legislature during, the. past .+Winter. : Another
reasva is asl-igiaed :.that the competition -in the
mone}- business would be greater and would les-
sen the prices of moneey- The same good reasons
mighi be urged .against the. Laws ofGod:- they
have been of. long. standing-and not-Very well
kept;, would -it not .be best to abolilih them and
blot oht the Biblh tto see .it' me.ii w\otd not do bet-
- t& -wniT-I(u'l.lin'T"the greater competition in
sin. would not lessen the wickedness ? No doubt
thieves would ,be glid to .have the laws against
steali4- repealed, and. certainly the competion in
that. usiness- would be increased by this pro-
ee'J i i p. .. ,. .' :'
: It is asserted that the payment'd usury i Vo-1
luntarq, and therefore' the usurer has a right to
what lie can get for his money. The highway-
man meets you and demands your money, or your
le,.anid you hivae a better chance than with the
usurer, for you may possibly overpower the robber
and e-cape Without loss ; but if not %%illing to ven-
ture iis. as you have your choice between two
evils;'you can give upyou,"r onvY. I shall be
told ihat ifra person d(idnot become indebted he
\woul! not be liable to pay the usury; it might as
0ll be said that if people did not venture in the
str,-_d they ,wild nothbe met by the highwayman,
and therefore the person who has dared to walk
in tlie street is to blame and not'the robber.- In
both cas,'s vi. are plac-ed in -the same position
and called to, choose between'tw0 evils. :
Iris impossible for the business off any. nation
tb b. trarsacted witii:ut some credit system ;
th,,11h1L' I .i:,lite no one will say there is a'neces-
sity for usu,'r or rubber. Congress Could never
rhea witholut credit. Ihen members are elected
thley travel .1, Washington, and as they pay their
own ,:.\perls.s, they trust the Government.--
Shold the Government send them m oney -to pay
e-xl:jrses. it trusts the members. What-would
theipeople in our cities who own no houses do ?
or'6)urSe- they must be without shelter. If they
haw mo<,:y to pay the- rent in advi~ance,--theY
tt'.19 the landlord : and if they occupy the hIou.Te,
:ihelandlhrd triists them with the valtie of the
h,:,.?,e, fror they may destroy it. If" thie landlord
inii'res it. he tr~usts'h (le nsu'nnce Com!:any. ;-nd
tIA'y may b-roak. There certainly can be no y~,i,,,
rcison w\lty a man may'not as'well be ti listedl
'u(.th an,:th'er's m,-ney as with arother's propertv
I:.". raali., dehl.o,'.i an~d creditors. A B,,nk is es-
.t pJislited t,,i hend money, and to leadi~ enough to
l ke thie Bj,Ii Iboth-a large debtor aind credit,,r.:
I:, cohl do n,-o business witllott lendim;, money,
and it cann,:t-lend it without pe-ple brccmii,'T
i'pilebted to it; yet the whole nationris crying/ ou~t
g_,ainst the Credit system. The Directors of
Banks-as well as others have been denouncing
this systcer, ar, d throu,lout the .country have
e,rtailed, to ascertain whether people are able to
[,.n' their deb4ts and then take, a new start. The:
re.-sult, when they have begun anew, will be ne-
tllilg m.,re th~m the same .scene a~ctedngi;,in, to a
.pi-enter o:r less extent, according to the length of
jnil:--in- w-inch business will havre prosper:ed.--*
jhis lhas heeln the ease not only in. this country
p.tt in all others, and so it will continue to be

'Ia til a enttirl different system is established on-
i'.nore just ivundation: this can only be done by
gixinL the interest on money and thus determin-
in! its value. To illustrate the efect, produced
ty a change of interest on money :-Suppose a
\t,-'re rents for 6.750 per annum exclusive of taxes,
is',m,.>-ce, &c. >-'r these are paid by the tenants so
t,.;it tHl.e owner of the store regularly receives
,-i 1) pevranhum. Another store rents for $500,
and the tenant, as in the former case, pays the
taxes, insurance, &c. The store which reguili'ly
.brings in -i,.'>0per annum is worth one third more,
in fee simple, than the one that rents for $-5-0 ;
for the use or income makes the value. If the
income on one of these stores can be permanently
dr,',ubhed, the value of the store is d,,ubl-ledI; but this
value Will never- occur to -one alone, unless there
is some improvement in-business in the neighbor-
hood of one which is. not in the neighbrloud'of
the other.
New buildings may be erected, or tenants doi ng
more' extensive bgiiness concentrate near one
store, while near the other nothing of the kind
takes place.: thus, i i a short tim,-. the 'Value of
the first may be permanently- increased and the
tenant can as well afford to pay the rent kt the
high rate charged as he could when only half the
sum was required. .
Let us apply the same principle to money, and

o.,hserve its operation. Suppose money this year
to* be at six per cent. interest : I contract a debt
of $10,000, and, being disappointed in my collec-
tions, borrow the $lo 10,000 at nine per cent. per
annun. I have not only increased my rent or the
money fifty per cent. per annum-from $6010 to
5'9)00--,but the principal has increased in the same
ratio as the interest. The principal is worth fifty
per ceit., more; $1l,000 instead of .10,.);.--
Does this increase arise because of the prosperous
state of business ? or is any business concentrated
about the $10,000 which is not about any similar
sum of money ? or, is this money an article that
cannot be removed from place to place and there-
: fore ot4ocal value ? The ten thousanrid dollars are
composed of the same piece. -of silver as before
when they o nlv.-bt:0ught six hundred dollars a
yea',. This advance does not take place because
the party renting; can afford to pay more, but di-
--r-etty l Ie reverse; this very rise in-the interest
has prevented him from"-collecting, the monev
which was due to him. Jdust as the rate of inte-
rest is increased, the debt of the"debtor is increa-
sed.. If the interest -be increased from t]i to
twelve per 'cent. per annum, the principal and
interesk are doubled against the debtor, and-his
assets are depreciated in the same pro r'aia pro-
port ion.. If the interest be raised to twenty-four
per cent. per annum, the debt is increased to four
times the original sum, and the property and labor
of the country are depreciated in the'same proY
portion : so Labor begs, and this Money-devil;,
",_the roof of all evil,"'takes the whole.
There never wvas ), house built, a" bushel of
grain rAised, or a yard ot-cloth made, but by labor;
yet theb very people who produce all these things
are deprived of their use, and despised by those
wh 6 luxuriate in the fruits of their toil. .
-_-To give another example A. borrows of -B.
:$1,000 in money, and gives his note. at six monttls
with interestat six per cent.- B takes the note,
blots out the $1,000 and instead thereof writes
$2f-2,000; and when the note bedumes due demands
*2,000 and interest thereon instead of $1,000 and
interest. Suppose such a case "lo occur, B. has
no more altered the contract between the two
paaties than it would be alteredby changing the.
rate ofr nteres-t 1om 'six to twelf-peent. Tle
result wouldMbe precisely the ame 1h .. sale of
-goods, lands, or any other article of trade ; be-
cause the money on which the, contract isb ed
'is changedri. value, and at leas a double quanti-
ty of property must be sold to, pay the debt to
what would have been "necessary at the time of
making the contract. This must'be the nature of
things. .until -hanged by lr. /
Moiey 0l1u1 fluct-,atipg may be eomlpared tWoa
house built on the s ial, and easily undermined.
,Suppose we l.ay aToundation of hewn stone. wefl%
cemented together and looking strong and-hand-
-sbime. Hayingi completed this, wve contract with
-parties, to erect on it a four-story brick-buildinig,
-and warrant it to stand. Procurino tht best ma-
terial and tht? best workmen, the first and second
st,,-r-ies are laid up, and every one is pleased wvith
their appearance; but by theftiethe third story
is completed, s,:,me slighffcracks i-e seen, which,
however, do not prevent the work. from proece-
ding. .When the fourth story is finished, the
fio-,ndatIo- gives way in one place and the wall
cracks from bottom to- top. The pressure be-
comes great'on some -other parts of the founda,.
tion,-which yield and the wall cracks.-,in all di-
rections, large portions of it falling down.'-- Much
blame is attached to the workmen, who certainly
otu41i to know bette- than to erect a Wall which
will not starld.- Others are employed %%ho prop
tip the parts standing, mnd-begin to build on the
same foundation, when a like result ensues; still
no one thinks of -doubting the goodness of the
foundation,: all the fault is in the workmen, who
have built too heavy a wall and of course are
blamed had they not built it they would not suf-
fer; the foPirdation, people say. is- good enough;
Now I would ask if this is not the way-that busi-
ressi.ha goneon in every civilized countr friom
,time immemorial .hand.is not hIe laUlt attribu-
ted to over-production, want of market for things
produced, while the very people wlho have made
this surplus are sutfferin.g because they have no
means to buy the thingsthey have bytheir own
labor produced ? -Would n,'t at least one-half of
our population at .this very time be glad of anc-w
:suit.of clothes if they were able to purchase it,f
and very many like another blanket to protect
them ... ..and their children from the cold. ? They
do not buy them, because-the sy have io worlk to
do.;.and if they- had, they must approl.ria-te: all
t-heir earnings to pay .a .debt which lias been
tl-,uble, I or trebled. .
Suppose a state of thin2's-t0 occuir by which:
these 8,500,000 could bury clothinii? at ..'1.1' onliy
for each individual; that is $1il70~,0(,, iO)O. "Now
if w~e had an immediate market tot these
170,000,000 worth of goods for \wea,'ina apparel,
.-and other sales ir, proportion, we shiouMd be com-
plaining of the want :,f goods, instead ot"ra~r, ting
under a surplus, 7 ., ;* .'. -.
I think none will deny tthat Labor earns ttie
Wealth of all Natio,,s; yet the labornno: classes
often suffer for the n,-cessaries of lhfe, andl are in
distress for wantiof' errphlomernt. For example :
take England, the w\eal test nation in t'le word,
and contemplate the state of the laborer. .Instead
of receivinff an e, iiivalent for his labor, he is

clothed in rags, lives on scnty, -riserable food,
and many times finds great difficulty in keeping
himself from starving. The..mnuftactuirer who
employs hundreds of these laboters- finds 'his
gor(1,s, when trianiii",ctured, sell below their cost,
fbe,:',,s, the interest on money is raised. He na---
turally'endeavors to lessen his expenses, and, cot-
ton having fallen, bys h is material a little cheap-
er. bel- he ver mu.ch ,dislikes to reduce the
wages of his wvorkmen and contirnes tfor a time
to pay the same price, his losses compel him to
diminish them one-eighth. The manltiacturer,
still 1,-.ing,,buys. cotton a little lower, and takes
-another eighth from the wages, of his workmen,
which distresses them ve.y' mitch. ,Goods fall
again, and he is obliged, to give the rneni employ-
ment half the time ol'y at this low price.- He
would certainly stop his factory, but he knowvs'
.te workmen would sufler still more should.he
do sop; at last his l.uses compel hirm to (To it; the
laborers are thrown out of employment and cannot
get sifficint l'-,od to eat. The mi manufacturer can-
not feedf them ; for i lon, time he lhas been losing
on the goods, his business is stopped, and -he is
earning nothing. He feels for his workmen, but
cannot help them; the market is glutted with
goods and they will not sell. The I anlt of this
change in' the price of goods may n,-t- he in the
least owing to the, manufacturer. If lies beyond

all the useful business of the Nation,-in the
Money Capital.
If the interest of money Mb j.6om three per
cbant. per annum to four per centf'it is equal to A'
dcnge or fall in the goods of twenty-five peti
cent. ; the measure is just one quarter more thari
it wvas. Ths income, of one hundred dollars'in-
year islbur dollars instead of three, hence a per-; .,
son buying its use has to pay four dollars where .
before he paid but three. The use is all the per- "yj
- son buys ; he rents the 6oney as he would rent
any other property-the7 men.ey belongs to thel f
party lending or renting out" its use, and, at 9 -4 !
.given period, is to be 'returned to its owner, its .
.use only being paid for.' But if the interest have -
risen from three to four dollars, the dollar itself ia ,
worth one hundred thirty-three and a third cents, "
and as. well worth that as it was before worth one .
hundred cents. It is the same-to the manufactu-
rer a4 if he should' be compelled whe, he sells .
his goods, to-increase the length of his yard-stick :
to four feet and sell his goods at the same price he -
did when his yard-stick was but three feet long. .;:.
He cannotd6-this unless his workmen will make
four yards of cloth at the same rate that they be-
fore made three; len ust alio buy as mueh cottoni
now for. three dollars as formerly for four, and .
curtailever other expense in the same propor-
tion, or his business will not be as good as whert
* monm Ewas at three per cent. interest. The= in:-
terest on money continues to rise until it gets to '
five per cent." per aanum;n now hiS. yard-sticli:
must be 'five feet- long. and his workmen must
make five yards of cloth for the same price they .
before made three. Where the manufacturer
bought a bale of cotton at fifty dollars, he must
now pay but thirty and diminish every other ex'.:-
pense in proportion. The interest on money still
increases to six per cent. per annum, and the use
of a dollar having doublell, the dollar itself is jiust
doubled in value. Now his yard-stick must be.
six feet long and his workmen make two yardsof
cloth for the same price they before made 4epw
he must buy, a bale of cotton for twenty-five iii-
stead of fifty dollars, aand'lessen all other expen-
ses in proportion. ..Add' to this, he is in debt- .
when the change.Ji the interest takes place, altho'
the debt against him is permanent and bears but
three per centi. he is obliged to reduce every
thing in this ratio, i. e. buy the cotton, reduce o
the Wages iof- his workmen have just as -ready
sales, and collections asgoodLas formerly, or his
,iqtterest Will be burdensome to him; for it.-take#
just double the quantity that it formerly did to
pay the three per cent. interest;-and he must sell
double th.S quantity of cloth to obtain the same
money; Butt .o'po)e thtr property on which the
debt is a lien is fopiled on sale, what will it bring ?
!Certainly if it rented, as well as it did before,
when nioney was but th're per cent, it would not
now be worth more than ntilfits fbtmer value;
Thuslthe manufacturer is broke up; and every
branch of useful business checked, laborer can-'
,.not find employment;,and all this trouble-i attri.-'
buted t0 the people who have made the pods ..
an-,every other useful article- the capital take" .,-
neari-atl the earnings, allowing the people who"
have earnect -the whole wealth of the nation to
starve, and- t? .is-called finanilering, gofting *
things down to.tlhe specie or real value"' When
this process is ver, and the wealth concentrated
in the hands ok.the few, money is offered to the
business people al a somewhat reasonable interest,
business again goe on 'or a few "ears, when the-
same scene is reacted and the same result pro--
duced. ... .. : .
To give !ano aer ini tanede 'o change in the-rate
of interest. A man havingAthiee sons intends td'
give them, when of age, three thousand dollars
apiece..-An -1836 the eldest o):feceiLves his por-.
tion; buys a farm for $'22500, and stocks it with,
the remaining $:00. In 1834,the second son ob-
tains a like sutm. -Wilth- 500) he purchaSese
adjoining his brothe twoo ir..ms, both quite as
good as .the On. bought by tie eldest, and (500
stocks both as well. In 1843; the third son comes. -
into possession of his ptopery, with $2,500 buys"
three farms, and with the remaining j-500 stocks '
them. Each of these .farmsis as good ands-A .well .
stocked as-either of the elier brothers*, and a.l- :
though this man intended treat his children
alike, he has given the second double what he
,has the first, and the youngest three times as much .J:
as he has the. eldest. A similar effect would have
been produced had the money been expended irrn >
any useful property, stores, houses or any thirig-
which is the product of labor Each of.-the'i
younger 'brothers' farms ,ilt produce, with tahe
same labor, as much as the elders',.an.d, the pro-i
duce will sell for the sairc prices. Nothing has"
changed but the measure of value, money, which
.has done great injustice to the parties. This oc-
curs because of the want ,)f just laws, unalterably
to fix tlhe use or interest of money. .,.
the .Nev; York Tribuine, innoticing the accessions".
t~o~the s;uhscript ion list- of their Weekly paper; saw ..
"We have not received less than two hundred[ ;.
subscribers On any ore day since the first of the: (*'
present months, and on Monday of last week we:
:received /owr hundred and ninety-seven, on,.
Wednesavdfie hundred and ninet'y-eight, and"
yesterday.,, the l\rz,. number offi~fteen hundred
and severdy-five the money in afl eases accom2i
paying the orders." > 4 "' :
SThe culture of" Rice in America extends from

the Gulf of Mexico-to Virginia, but grows mot ;:
abundantlyin Georgia and South Carolina. The
entries lor home consumption in Great Britain in'
1830 were -153,652 cwt. of 'cleaned, and 189,249"
.Pwt. or rough grain, but these were less in sub-,.
sequent years. Of I& millions of lbs. raised iW
the U. S. in 1-40, 60 millions were cultivated in
.Georgia and 12 millions in South Carolina. Of "
this product the value of exports. was $1,942,0"76.
The Carolina rice is preferred to any other variety. :
The aggregate crop in the United States in 182 -.
was 94,*207,454 1bs.-Hand Book 9f.Plants and 0^,
Fruits. "

Of the Tnden.ie.s and Conoequ..ncs r7.fUsury.
Let us see wh.-t effet a change of the rates of
interest,.(if no law interfered) fCrom six to. nine
and from nine to -twelve per cent. %vould have
upon a day-labrer% who had by industry and eco-.
nomy accumulated .l,000. Suppose lie buys
thirty' acres of land, w\ith a conil'ortible house.
The produce e" this small farm- he sends to mar-
ket, and thus partly supports his family.- The
price of this property is $2,000. He pays
.1-.,00i), and Liv.es a bond and rror :-age on his
larta l;,r a L .,i .,-iLh.-juLeuest, thle'inst vo--,-;-rt
?rk'p.-,t .'e,,., 7 uiiounting to $ _-;U. W li.ii lie pur-
chasef-. Iper diein. Ht- expects to work'abut three hun-
dred da\s :tnd r,oeive, thfrelor '_-,n0. :With the
price o4 sixty day's work he pays the interest on
ti.. 1,10001C! the first year, arid with the., ...i re-
rainig makes some rneeiess, ary improvement on
is farm,, The next year lie hopes to pay, beside
the interest, f'ii'l on the_ principal of his mort-
1i1 ; lut ,i>ey %as l.:"; ,u,,, s ai -ti, fie-inte-
resr has risen to nine pIr cent., a,,t instead of'.,-ii,
as b,:fore, lie lias to payv';i. Owing, to the sear-
city of .money, it is mori difficult to'procure em-
ployment, and labor lhas :allen to66j cents per
day. One hundred and ffhirty-five da-s' work at
311,1 cents is P5 0ie; ence hK has to work one hun-
dred and thirty-five'day\s t pay the interest, in-
stead of sixty daVs. T"he p-odue he sells from
h is farin has fallen aboutofiie third, and'he is only
ab ,: to pay I,15 iiit,4...sl, as t' iire hve beenmany
d&Y'.; in which he c,',,Id notbbtain eirPl,:,\ ment.
Still he redoubles -his diligrnce,,economises-:as
much as fi<-;il~h", renuves his children from
school that they may assist h ftj;-and hoping that
things will look more favorable,.all labor heartily.
But money is oontiaually becongnn .scarcer, and
the int,..r,:st has increased.to 12per cent. on the
$1,000% or $120 ayeari..Labor as fallen to fifty
ce,,ts? ad:t y. an-d eve'; at that prices obtained with
dithi:ulty" He cainot have employment Ibr ,,ire
'thaln tl o hundred,-days, and it \yimld vn-w take
two laidredl and forty, days' work.tpa\, the in-
ret'estand he must spend a portion oft Is to sup-
,port hi, familyt: Ie iA unable to -).p y1 ore than
^.'., of Jle interest;, the mortg.ae is toreeli.ised
and the fo.-,m SQU 1r10'f while he i t house-.
less and pennyless With a debt --of .-'pri j icipal
,and $410 inter,-. ,.which lie has yet tosarn. but
siip |oer this fatm to be- boughtsine a Statexv where
the.kinteri-'.4 Is [%,Jlaw fixed at six per -enlt.- aln d
the mortgage to be drawn, paiaible th-ee years
alter date, with .ix p..-r cent.,'interest. Mori, e
becomes very ,,-je and the rates of int:r'..s in'-
crease to twel'e per cent;, so that a lar-ee p0ri11n
of the people ire paymhz. this price, or rr,:.t. This
stops public ir, prroIeni.ients, affbets the pi',e (.)I'
:oo,:,, the produce Of tlhe firin and his lab,-,,, the
man must lose his firnt; althoughli he paas nousu-
rious interest I.1f his produce will brin. but half
its former price and his labor but half. tlie hr1in
would probably fall more than one-half in valie.
The want of money lI;)s lessened the ability o- a
part of the community to buy ; the capitalist
could get better interest for his money, and th,
farm would-tobablv not bring more than .$tu
-irn cash-if- a-'.ih '-'^vr, frc f .-d u ,trl,:.r forei.'l,_.,ure. It
It is often said that it matters not if labor tall
to a low price, for every thig "else'N% ill fall in
proportion: but I think the above -kttem,.t
makes it clear that instead of this being ihe c-ase
it makes fbur to one in favor of the m,:,r[e\ ed capi-.
tal and against labor: it is unjust in every respect
and calculated to concentrate the- wealth in the
hands of the few to the great injury of the many.
The eftbet produced in the supposed case of thje
laborer is not half as bad as that produced on th-,u-
sands of people in this country by-the change in
the rates-of interest. And who has gained by all
this? I will begin with the Merchants, who,
from the nature of their business, it being exten-
sive.and on credit, were the first to suffer from
the alteration in the value of the dollar. It dou-
bled, and, many times, more' than trebled their
debts. The manufactures Were the next, for their
business was, after the Merchants, the most ex-
tended; and as their goods fell in price, so did
their manufactories and all their machinery; this
caused a fall in labor and threw thousands out of
employment; and those left without occupation
could not buy as many goods as usual, and thus
the market became filled with them. The Mer-
chants and Builders being without work could not
afford to rent the houses and stores already built.
Rents fell, and new dwellings were riot needed,
StilI the population.increased, and several fatuities
were compelled to occupy one house. The pro-
p erty has now fallen so much that the owners are

.-James TF. Farrior,
..7 '_ ", .-, Apalachicola, Fla.
May always-be -oundGa-ahreD.fice of,Farrior &
Co,'0I.,44'iWater st. He would iesVctfi-lry"so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
taces. "dec25

..Law Notice.
Has returned to the practice of the Law. He
is prepared to' attend-to business at the County
Clerk's office, Apalachicola.
Allen H. Bush',
Marianna, Florida.
-Will prateie in' the Courts of Franklin, 'Jack-
qon, Walton and Washington counties.
XYune &Taylorq
irianna, Florida.
Janes 2M. Vatsoe,
Ne" Orleans.
Go T. Ward & R. W. White,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Having, associated themselves in the practice of
the Law, under the firm o0' WARD & WHITE,
will. ate'nd_':regtlarly the several Courts of the
Middle and Apalachicola Distlicts, andthe Court
of Appeals at Tallahassee, \

FROM PARIS.---Among the passengers in the,
packet ship Utica, which arrived last eveynip
frorn Havre, were a man and his- wife, Nhose ;
clothes, particularly the lady's, were linef", with
gold and silver watches, with a suitabj sprink--_
ling of sifiver spoons. The Custom iouse. offi-
cers, not being accustomed to this/ ew style of
dress, had thegaffront to take out .e lining, and

to claim it as belonginging to l~cle Sam, under
the laws to prevent smugglin. About -2O0valm-
able watches and a quantify1_ .silver spoons were
thus taken possession of. 'he duty on watches,
is 7, per cent., on silv--poons; 30 per centv .


~N~f~~f3ER -~r




To all men of liberal undermtandings and gener-
ous heart--to every sincere inquirer after the
means of preventing tho-se pecuniary .rtevulsions
'which so frequently 6verwhelm our citizens by
thousands, cru.-hing them b,:eynnd the hrope of re-scue
and dooming- ihem :to hopeless penury and life-
lon!, destitu-Cion-to all silloore iniqv{irerrs-after the
means ,1f improving the- condition of mankind and
alleiating Whe .-oefs to which they are now s1Uib"eCr.
To all who duly regard the weight of ,Morail and
SociaLevil which is .constantly experienced from
tlhe &_rangeni,':nts oi" Business? and the periodical
olo'ftuclioln of -hndustrY-to all who hold that the
,ii.deit arid f-ilthful Worker ought to, be be pad
_tllie ictir-ot-,,,,>*ry--..h ;.p.'.- ., pt-oy mnexxt o oT'!
bread, and enabled to rear and educate .his children
in comfort and peace-to all who do not dread a
il1131it Iterely because itt is novel, nor fly from'a
plan of azlet-viating human ills for the s- Imple reason
that it lias noi lo0ng a,,6 been adopted-to those and
, \e rI wii-w i'erof Hum .:miiiity, the following essay
i- dedicated by ilie writer. W 1hlly Unlused as he
is [o authorship or legidlalion, he is confident dia,
no earnest mind can give heed ito the f:..t.Is he, has
embodied in these pages- % without interest, iroflc-
tibln, and at |Ioar p;-tial assent.. Ha'viv -no hope
Or thought ro0f pecuniaryr oilli" personal advan-
tage, he asks for then patient, thoughtful perusal
to be foillowed'byu su6h action thereupon as the
truth they contain shall indicate and reqtuir,.-
Respecifully, -;-_THE AUT4OR; '

S;-IOCI- I.N-", ACVCID-NT.--On Friday inornhpg,
la?,t, the S'5_te',,vr.t 'or the Pil,:t Boat Coasting
T Ir,r Charles -Hieks, was in the act of taking
a gu, I','ronione oel the berths, when the cock aught"
a..,ii,-,t s,,ethin, causi,, her to go off, and the
load entered his r',ht ide olihjl.itl, c,-inig out
at the back. Tile wijund is very severe, and his"
recovery is considered dotibtfrl. .-. -
1r-IE N "R Y CLAY, [itiTe- 4tinguished Orator
ld States-3ran, was in New Orleans durirmz tliee
Clhrisltltis h,.lidaNs. Far be it fror us to insinu-
ate that he\Vwas out on al e-leetioneeLrinogtour: to the
City ih: O,'rleans, but this visit was"'made at a
,.?'son w+hen E.,, No,:, and "hot stuns;" go like,
the'" old I-Iarry." -.. ,

The Ste-or,-er Fann.0 llsler, Capt. LAINING,
iL--ft '6t- whairf oCl Ttlur'sadI evening last, at 2
o'clock,.',for Albainy,, o At ,1, P. M.,,when .ia
,,The ; .o3,"-35, miii-s f3 from this place, and
near ", Th- Sliades,"the wood, which'was hear
the'be.tiers in the holI, was discovered to be on
fir- i ls.i; :']diis~l' to -have, beer o'n u niv/,ied by
sr1, uks. TIe W6 oed bc:inaq ofthe r icII.t pine, anrd
the tirnliers oif thle.boat oh.d and dry, thl flames
spietid ,Ih suchi fearful rapidity as at once to,
preCludte tle poSiSilit o:&" subduing them, .The.-
boat ,as rui, ;i--hore Mi,,m diately, and some one
*?i-ilpo,,iii. tore was powder aboard, gave .he cry,
wlich itidreaed the alarnm to such an extenit that.
all hands left h.r in- order to-save themselves.
It w.a,; s,,o.i ascertainted, bowever, that there Wa's
no powder on. board,: and ,.qet't ions Were then
rci:i,?to save somrthilg-, bUt ovVed entirelyabor-
tive. Inii l.i'I an hour f'roin the time the fire first
broke out., the boat was burned to the water's
edge, .,not even ,the bagage of any of those on-
bocird beir-,; ;-,sav .d. .. -
The Ftn, 1ywas f,,ightid with a:.-carga .of
Groceries, for tile uf,-c.untry ,estimated at tlruee
tilouaiiad d,-lars, up,,n wlihili there was no insu-
rance, beiii; shipped by.our mer-chants at their
ow n risk : *', \. i .
' We regret to, record this event the more forthe
'reas,,n that- the Feitnq was owned by our fellow,-
eiti7ten, Ca'L,.L.'A.T-hels, and as there was no
,IIIsirf.,-o upon1 !Ifr,.the loss falls upon him.-
'Alh,:of. Ih f i,, great value, she was probably the
-only pro-,pi IN I,,1- eld, and -her destruction adds
a'otler to hsmany inisfrtres. Capt. P. was
i'on board at the tiimie of the accident, in a very
feeble state of h1;ealth, and the boat having to be
landed in -a swamp, where all were necessarily
compelled to tal-e+ he water, we much Tfear that
his bodily affliction's will .be seriously increased.

.. The Legisl.-itu'e of Georgia -adjourned on'
the 23auiltimo;, a'ter,, a session of seven' weeks.'
Many important acts have been passed, among
which, we, iiotice, the one districting the State,
by which the number of Representatives-in the
Legislature: is reducedd;-an act extending the
time for fortunate drawers to take out grants.--
autho,-rising further progress on the work of the
Western and Atlantic Raiil Road-amending an
act to compel the several Banks of Georgia to
redeem their liabilities in specie, &c.
The last has certainly been the most efficient
'Legislature that Georgia has'had for many years.
AltIlough the session was protracted but s:\pl
weeks, upwards of two hundred Acts were pas,-,1'
besides the transa-ctinn of much 'other business
Americn Association of the United States," whos(
centre of operations is 'at Washington, number, i:
is said, about 15,3,:,00 enrolled members,

Washington papers contain the -,llowing cir
cuiar from the .Seer-ta'v of the Trea-iury.
; : _+[ December 12, IS ;?,!.
Sjtistnil,:ryr evidence having been receive.I at
this Department that under the authority ofactk
of Congress of the. Republic of Texas, the vessels
ofthe United States and their cargoes, arf made
liable-in th4 ports of Texas, to the payment of
dierimnirlrtiir duties, I, have to inform you, that
tr ves-els ,_,I' the Republic of Texas, a/iing it
ports of the United States, and their cargoes, be-
come liable to, and are to be charged with the
several t,,naziie and other duties levied on foreign
vessels and their cargoes,. by, the firAt section o
theact of Cotiress Af:.the United States ofJuly
20,. I.'.,1; the sixt section of the-act of March 2'7
] Z104' and the eleventh becti-,n of the act of 30th
August, 1S42. J. C. SPENCER,
Secretary of the Treasury.

WRElCx OF" oiTHE 'MIs'soURI.--One 6f the officers
oT rhe I_.S. steamsh.ip s iq3ssouri, in ,a.letter to the
Truo Sun, sfataesthll'atby meaths of submarine ar-
mor .ih l'.as' benf discovered tiat the -boih. er a,,nd
much '1'i',hma'chinery is co.6mparatively, l mir, iu-:
red: arid w' N .'be recovered, and that after paying
salvage, it i's 6prposed fhat property to the amount
of lbstocw +n, be saved from the wreck.
.{', 7". : .= '" ; :

Th. national .dePt tfE,,.irTalid at this. Jime
vm6untsto about -oo00,Q"0.' It is owed, to
about a million and a\, o if ips, holders oj
Gover.t.m.t security is 1f eone S 03.
G erien eu iofi, s one. i-n i,nithle funds.


_ ...




"'Er.I'I'E SA;NS PETrP.l'


Died, this- r,,.,rnin, after -,a tedious illness
DAVIS; son.of Co.l R.IJ. Floyd, aged two ean
and four months,.
Died in this city, on the evening of the 6th inst
E. B. JoHNsoW, a native of the town of Orleans
Mass. ,

CUARTER ELECTION.-The election for Mayor,
and Couneilfnen of Apalachicola, took, place on
monday last, and resulted in, the choice of the
following gentlemen :
: Mayor,
(But .little excitement, was -induced by the 6cca-
sion not owing, we presume, to a want of inte-
rest on t lie' pait ofour citizens, in the matter, but:
t aa .Idet'ermI1inhtion J`o ituietly and deliberately.
to the polls, and deposite their votes for such men
as in their- opinion were most entitled and best
calcualed to ,.1Irect tlie municipal affairs of the
city. His Honor .the Mayor, David G. Raney,
Ilavi n,- dire Iia rm-ed the duties of his office the pre-
cedling year with such zeal and ability, met with
no oplOiition. This is -in evidence that our citi-
zens kino..v bow- to appreciate merit, and never
*fail to sLIitaiii tliose-wlho prom,:ote their interests.
In -the above we have a worthy. Board, and look'
-for n,11.10h good to be eflited.
.(->'We are idbted tdc. our friends of {he Co.

__mbns En-,- -ii_,awjor the following table, giving
the distances ard points .bn tho --OtaatTUhiol~iee
River, from Apalaehicoll 'tO: Columbus. The
table-was furrnishe1d by yCapt.. STAPLEi'- of the
Ste,iamier Florerce, and as he has been engaged
on the .C hittahoohee tor th ie last fifteen years, it
may-be- Ionsidered Os nearly correct as could be

.ElBarnard, .0 P Tillinghast, G. CasterCorPumI
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. bus_,;P.AStockton, LM "ny-Ge
Officers elected for 1844. J il Fr aner;I M1 Jakson S KFoard,
....K" S6 -'.nRman J H=agan,' Mr Jone, Thos Bok
B FRANKLIN NOUTRSE, President, *ian, n N e ^ SYork : --"r- Jo h -,,*" r oeGen-
ISAAC 1N WRli _HT, ViceP.eident.,- imnCp Siml psmFa' S
pISA~cKANM'~sII3~l,, .ee~e4den &". + leniar,; C(apt. 'a. -n'l, napp,-ship Ferax, Caq t Isaa
P C KAIN, Sec'y & Treasurer. Winson, ship Talma; Capt John 'Chase sip Me-
Sdemsa; Mr Thomas, Cape Florida; Ripchard M
Committee of Arbitration.- Johnson, ackson Co% Tt-.1 Vet.erlier4,: ..-....
Benj,-Etlhson.- -S .:H.thorne, .... pia-Chares Leppett, Savnal- t Nberts.
E. C Scranton, C. G. Holmes, bany; Capt Wisebarqje Go r.- .oet, -
AN. McKav, N. J. Deblois, i CITy HqTEi. -' ; -
Dan 1. J. Day. R Kirshbandn, Burlington, Iowa; J achedr -i-...
--.-..Al : Aa ; J Andrews, St+ Joseph-; a Steve9nsa-
Committee on Appeals. lady, barque Gleaner; Capt 'Cob r andlad b
Wm. G-r. Porter, I' Benj'n Salter, Jumius. 1 ;. .-. r --,
W inA. Kain, W m Ii. -Young1,, '"- ... : .. "
*:- D,,vid G. Rane'v._'' "b k .' i expertsRTS. '-' '::'
S +", 'NYORK.-Per bark Alabanma-l1)2ales CottOn-
-,*: ,l "A~i:'ARNt,.EMEv!?.: -* Per Ship Atalanta.-i.5 banle "., i'"
:Due every Sunday and Thfirsday atT71o'clk, P..\- -! : Per brig Pioneer--605 bales. -
Closes every' Monday and Thursday at 10, P.M- : Per brig Tiin6le6n--495 bales, 4< ."{.?, <, .
.. ..- .Per brig Mo oes-492 balex ;.;,.'.) *'-----'
LATEST DATES. BOSTON--Per bai'k Swan,-75 bales cotton..
Liverpool,... .... DP5e. .INew York....-.Dep.O. :0 i P rig Jmunus-715 bales.. ;. '. -, ~
1Iavre,'........ ._,,. 30: New Orlearns... 0. BALTIMO2,RE.-Per brig -Martha' Kinsan--22 "
Havana, ........ + 2S.WCharlestoji ;. ....Jan, I& Ibales cotton..: *;;. .. ;
.... ..NOR LEANS.--Per schr Helen-179 bales.
EXCHAGE. &' Per schr Boston-179 bales. :\
,~EXCHANGE;... ,,,,; .. .
C1Nhee s a eightt on N York.... ,par. f. :' .. .-.. --.< .
--: i s :'g' -Augira ..pr" , .. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCEI., / -
'<. .-+" P Boso,;-" -' r, ,. Per'steamer Tallahassee-96. hales cotton to" "
..... ". (- Chrle,' .1"2 c'fe WA'&PCIKaiB; 50 do to order ;.boxmdzet-t .
'* S,(-ai alia ,.l" 1-2 ' Harper .5 Holnfes. o. "...- :- -.
Bill -'- onT york.. 0 days, 1-per c" ,t;.,, "i Per steamer Charleston-50 bales cotton tofChas
.' i so 6 .. .S60odays.1.... 1' 'c dogert; 47 to J Day &- Co; 55 to McKay &Hart&-
_--w-*. L ..... ,'.... .^- --% ..... i a.;u. ".28. t~o Jocluoart & Young; 50 to Moore .c
On all otlier Northern ,_,ines, .the same rates. .. McK-enzie; 304 d,'lo~er. :- **"e:: ,
' :': " ,. '' ,Pe-r steamer Siren-tL6obalesecttonto-Lock- !
5::: 91G FREIGHTS. --,- ": art \oi,; 37 to Perrl ,& Dickinson; 8toD G -
.To LIverpo,!, .........., :.' 8.5-d. pr~l R Ra e, i ;'10 to T H % G C Austin; 17 bxa t.obacco-`
.e Y,,,-ork................5-8c .< :to, Potner Qo; 2; ?W000 ft lumber to, John
B oston .....................5-8c ,- 0 o .. ;
CoastwiseFreiglfs-are'tiliat our q,,otaat- aer A ineq-05 bales cotton JXKellgg;
No folelgll engas1eti-al --c u, last., ]a Per steamer -Apalacha 297 bales cotton'to
S:. .- 7- Lockhi k7& Youig; 74 1 W A & PCKaini 72lio .
.....' -TTtyN MAR-IKET ..' :Perry& Dickinson; 148 to McKay & Hartshorne,-
.~ C 1N" ,"I.N." -.LUI .' +:45 it) NMoore L\ Iletizie; 6" to Hairper & kHoh-n'e-!
a Ti rh reiipt .s (-)I' C o0i ,l o r he .f Ias 2, ;21,to;G Porter C o C',-,; A: to order. .o
a. ...t to7, 1 ba"e ; Clea'_d,.,.5; increas-. Per steamer Gen/'. Hart-fon-83 bales cotton to -
ina our Stoc' 7nha eand oni rhiboard to'2793 cin has ogers; -() 'u ) M IcKia -& Hartshorne; 399 do
+ + L'" .... .. . .. .. ." oo r e r. :4- .....y
bales. .,. -. "* Per steamer Colurnbds-400 bales cotton to 3V
The mariet opened on lMoridv last with an ac- Je'luzenand; 2S9 to Harper & Holmes; 50 to-T'L
tire dead, ad p S wentp et O all, .JMnchel: 2U to Wi-r Porter&-Cto; 17.io Lockhanr&;
ive. deand, and prices went; up I cent ol all. Youn; 16 tn MeKvy & Hartshorne; 1 to Kim-
grades,`buat? the s-itbs have been confined chieflv. br,-ugWi & Ridgway; 60 to C C Greene.
Per-steanier t)eotnee.--402.b63 cotton to Preston
to the or,.linary.. a- middlirni,,qualities. For-te.-.BIaay;A4 to- \' A, P Ka"" 62.to/ .c- '
better grades' there is less demand, ard ;,om, re- hat I\.- Young; 59 la Nourse & Sione; 21 to Green
duction seems to' be nece-ssarv for free operations. & L'onnery; 2 Wt 'G Porter. Co; 26 to McKay
Sor Hartsanrne; 31 to Perry & Dickinso.- 22"to .
Holders- a'e asking for inferior 7 07.1, ordinary K Flewellert &' Butt. ... *
to ST," middling 8to 90, middling fair 91T 'i Per steamer Oriole-278 bales cotton to. W A &
9 Q, 0. + ;. -- -P C Kain; 226 to D B Wood & Co.; 20 to Preston
to.. ... t\ _& Maclay; 12 to Farrior & Co.; 7,to M W.right;
The-sailes of tlhe past Week a nrn)iT11t -to .3,170 i t1 order. .. :+ .
bales, as'folluo-w:s" ,--5'bales 'at.r t, v a7; 5g"at--.,Pe ler Boston-452 bales cotton to'DB, .
'11 ~~ ~ a 7; 'D- ti, 7 A;. -W-o *.' od &\T Co.,; 202 to Preston &; Maclay; 51 toW,
41ia' 7f; 4 a.7; -8 at 7f;i7 at 7; 182 at 8;; 1-16. at Go Porter & VCo ; 14 to T Weens; 9-to A51.yie;
28; 238 at .i; 89 at81; "2,10 at 8, 111 at SE; 7 t, \v A ,&I P C Kain. ... .
o. on *. m "+.' o ,,,- . Per steanmerLo%,el--22? bales cobfin. to I M
at 81; 207 at 87; 1020 at 9; 212 at 1.1; 191 at 9};' \\'right; 97 to Mooire &- McKenyie; 127 .to Hill,
361 q9;264 at 91;,100 at, 9; 20 at 'j; at 10); I.Dawson & Co.; 50 to TL Mlitchel; 37 to Lock-
at.. 11' Iiirt \7 Young; 42 to McKay &! Harishorne; 45 lo
S, '. -." ,W G P'orter &\ Co'; 9"to Harper & Holmes; 94 to
- ",-_Li)iness_ djirz this mi-ornrii. TThe unfia- Pie-,tny ^fcl'Y..^U.j;_h,-slerA;McGrifl.
vorable sta -e 0 ti- eLIEp-a'-,; to- l.. Nt_ n '- .''11, Pt --'&S0"bS s cott to-
.,,. D B \X ood vt., o; 24 to Preston zt Maclay; 28 to
:out door operaro.ns. ',. Moore &V McKenzie; '12 1o J B"Appling.
COTTON'STATEifENT. ; Per steaineyr Sileu--23 bales cottoni, i
Stock o h ul nd...l..,........... ..... 2. 11 ,;- P.. : r i., beat-7 ba les.c lttw t.oorder.
R received since Mr l t ........ ,7 19 1 ., ,-, ? + .... ." : <.
"l prev'iou~!\...'.'. '.; -.'.. 8"419 7- .. .D .;. : . :i .* :. .7;/ '.- ;-..:--.. .
-" : "-: 46,349 bales. ;1 j PASSENGER.S. .... -*-? 6
E exported since o.rla,. .5;t-, ,, ,. ..- 5 ,3 P e r lh p Floridi.n. .-fMiss Darden.: <- '< .
^ ---t ; -,z -,,, ." "-.1 570 : ,.- -Per Br'- Ficrida---Mr.Jaerkson. -, -
..... V 4 .. .. .-- --- ""i ... -P" r :.-ch" Sw llo,'M r Gradv" & lady. Mrr. Gil-
. ; +; - -, 7' L: L 1 1 e s s r s V B L e a r y ,, T J W h a l d y ;, E 1h el& "
Stock on hland 7 9c4e4rl,..... -; N ..\B:earg .T J hal.yE'y.r. -
S : ... -, + Per .%earner Charleston--C "Wl~iiaton( A Stow.-
Receipts ,and Exp6rts'of Cottoni-at this Port R C-4irr_ EERF Bo,le, Sison,, Crocker. "
from 1st October. tQ 3,1 ID ecmbe, i.cl..._e;2 PeTealer'A!.nes--R Hooper Cio.ler. ,
.... : L_- a. :-:-; ,; : Prtr )i~ t meota-- ,~oot e, J Harn-.
-. '.'-v; :.- ," : t S I4"2. 1843.' son,. Judd, Thomas.
exceptt .". ir.* ... .I --' Persriltamer COlumbuL--C C Green, JB B ,A ebb,?
.... s- .. .. .', -. .. .. .1 2 0 -- '7 "- C a p t. P h rl i s, WA A K a in H a ll.' '- -
0r +. +-<: .... -, -: Per re-t er m conee-Capt. J M Harris,. A.H
Stock on hand ist Jai1lS,13.-N.,144 1844- .-211,, : ^ o^n--apt. J Pepwdr, eA it
-Exports of Cotton B'om thisPort from. lst-Oeto- -1^+ Perreamper Lowell--Ta "A.' nHb.xP," G.r,-.' O< 0wens,
be, to 31st D beember ,ihchsive: -- +: i D (")N>?:il, T Bn,-kilmanl. '-' '!
pt. 1 +' -.,n Pe" -tearnerSiren--Col. H M Farrier
+ ++ ." *^.0 4 -, i-'. ]".. .. "* .
To Liverpool+ .. /. / ..... ;. ,- .1,211 1.,169 .,+ i LIST" OF VESSELS N.P.O T ?'
Havre,. ,.. =.,.,. ....., .1t,166 + + +" Jiu. 8th.--Sloops and li_.htiers-Trot.inchided. i-:
New York... ;...-..4...1,240 .. : 5,192 J SHIPS.- ....
Boston:.....;.... .,.... 2.38 l:, CoDitel.r',(Br,) Turner".+ 6 to s, fr L'.,ivepol
....Prey derwce ... .- a..,8-64.: ._,-! ,+ .waitin.,-W A.& P C Kaini. ^ i---.. ...
Fall Ri,"er... ";:)ii. .;'..... .. 202+ Rdbt. P irk-er, Dwight, 599 tons, from'Baltilmore;,--
Pn llau e ~pl th .... .... .,.... .- ...3 ,. : -- -|, ', -alSS~ y 48 o o Li.e.. l. ".
B:altunore .. .... -.,.-.. ..- -".... :+77o:'+ t tJ .,", Da : v "c ,^ "". -; .i-.k : '*t" +.^t" +!--: 7 .
Charleston .... .. ...... ....379 '. -5'4- *" Charl.-in;a'gue Packard,__ 442 tons, l'oadang fo' 'New
New O)l'e~ns.-,..... i... ,.t20 ,liS6 V,-ok--W. A. W\ood. '
M obile.. ....,...... 1..:+..:.+. .6S .: ... : Liverp,",ol, -(.o:ffin, 42.'. tons,-fmn New York, wait=
:, ,,. -"* _ : in ^- "iv Co ^ *....f;f +. t ',.^ *- -
18-2C9+ T' *'7' '' +(;core- Skolfiield, Skolfield, 414 tons, Joading forj .
... Livwrpool--Han~eir >& Hohnes. ..-
,.~ ~ ,-un~ t Veses an'e an dae a t| i\s*.Fioridiai, Piratt. 400 ions. fm New .York, discharg- ,!/
,~~~~ ~~ _ule in--ous & ses niedadd.ie t hsro; '. Stone. ., -.;... /;. *-
[; Poet, froinl-I't (-ictober. to-"31st De ee tu er, idclu., !.-. + 'M ar\, k -' Sus.-a,. Wee k.,- "392 tons, waitiig-D: -'B "
." :-Sive "; -' *- W ood &5cCo. +-,
1. ;* Arivd. leaed.Nile. K0-,inny, 334 tl6ns, loading for Boston--D B

ir I .1I 42.:1843. 1,42. 1843. Wi o, C, :
'- Sl'........... 2 .5 .5 n9 6 An w Scott, TEmor,3iS tons, for NYor4.,1ad-.
." B r,'.es........ .. '.. -. *II --.to .:.i O3 .2 n B en.i. .. r _:. ..
Sp .......... 9: 12 A M i ase, rm'Boston, waiting--Mater. .
Sch,:ners.......-:... .28 48 14' 36,: + i + BARQUES. .. ..
,f K01" -- WBrRobtl Watt, Johiison, 491 tons,.Ioadmg for
e : 1, c 1-i + = ; 8 Ra ,- + '* 4 '5- L t .'r ip ,o o -- '.I D a y & C o ,
91' `_88 4: .,+J +' l,. C o.~_,.
: :+ ."?r.+"'', J T Ttcker, 380tons, loading for New .
1N41m110 of Vessels in Port on the, 1st of. Jan yod,;B S ,
:'="" -" + -" ohnBr?,, r'S~on,310 tbnl- loadiug for, Pro!Ir
r na '. *i .... *:: -.1S4:?. :.1 -41.' 4 ::. de S.n-- T L M itchel. / "
0 .- Tiberiu, Howes. 299 ons, loading for New York
f .h . . ... .. .,, .. . .i l .." u g h t ..- ,I I
t riBar'ques.. -o ,, ...... 5 ..........-- -" c'u)in'i'll-i -, iv['ireTOn,- ay tOns, for B5oston,, .load- i
... .., r 11 o ,-
'ri, Cli's ......................... 6 in B- B W\pood V Co. ti;..;
Sf Sch~ooners.........;+.......:'.. 3 4 Gilb,-r, Given, 289 tons, waiting--Harper & -
I ; "' ,. H olm es. .. .. --
: CUST O. \ H..... UTTSE, A Ill*coi ," 'Glea orStevens, 288.tons, for New Yolk, lod--
IIL. ~ .U \ l-~u .., z : 6r .,, 23rd, 1843... --'ec mb r23 d 1 4 'g.. n - h s eR ,oatg, a e
-- ir :- F o r th e i nfo r im i l o f t h e a m b e r o f N o --B r -, 2 4t-^ .. -
COlinluoree," I lilelwiliiIenelo-se a statements f Gu i f-- m -Morr,. isX,:, 22.til, d"-"harging.Master.
the IhInp",,t., Exports, Tofnnog;- &,c ., at the Port Condor, \,Vise, 2361611o81, vai nn I--at er~h.
Olt' Aflahic,'l; for the year ending Sept 3,,1843. : BRIGS. v
t I1111. very r,_ci, lhv, your ob'tserv't Caroln.- E PlIAt, Rice, 331 tons, for New York,.
; *HIR X.\M NOUE SE, Collector. l,,udii,,g-rcay^-Hartsh orne. o
'To DAVID Gr. i'ANEY, President *, Put '(, .Lawrence Ciehnd, Baker, 218 tons, fTN Yor,.
Apalachicola Chamber of.Commerce.-.; waiting--Master i, .
e. .. Flori(d1,Cro-6ker, 209 tons, ftm i N York,.dischaig-
f < STATEMENT. : !." .' : ': LCg--.cKay &: Hartshorne. + ;:
t Of Exports and Imports in the District of Apal'achi- SCHOoNEtS. :-
n cola, from Sept. 1_42 to Oct. 1843.' .Swallow Shannnn, 122 tons, for N Orleans, load- ,
- Amount of Cotton shipped to fore- ing-Master. ++" + ... .
e ign Ports,................... .57,934 J M Waterbury, Thiompson, 76; tons, waiting- }
n D o. c o astw ise .. ., .... ........ 67 ,3 5 6 ." ,. M waste r. '' ; I.,
f125i.310 V;n,l:ilia. Smith, 5S 10ton, waiting-Mifaster. i
Average weight per bale 4501(.t. is...56.369,.jklbs. Rose, iellv, 52 .tons, waiting-bMaster.
Y Value of foreign Ex- + .... .. ;'
l, p rts.... .... ... 1,282,365 08 :+''' : '" +
h Do. Coastwise, 1,786,131,10-: +* LETTERS FOR UOP "
$3,068,49618 !From New York for Liverp ool.- Packets sail o -"
Amount of dutiable Imports,. ,24,n72 59 theIst;,7th 13th and 2.5h of every month. ... ,
Do. free goods,.......... 20,698 90: + From,-N.-w York for London.--Packets -sail on ,;
S, I -" -,$ .1-1,771 49 '.the 1st, 10th and 20th 6f. every rnonth.
s, Tonage employed,.61.................. ('.77.' tons. : From N-w Yorkfor I;,uvre.-r-Pdckets sai. on the
"S Number of men do. ............3.....3,l lst, 8th and 2440h of every mortlth. ;...., '
Do vessels cleared,............... 33._q { Letters. intended to. go by ,the New York ,
t. Do. steamboats employed in dis't,..17 Packets should be depi,,;ited in the.Post .Office at
s, Custom House, Apalachicola, "Z least toiln das before the day of departure from
December 23d, 1843. New York-"poStpoid." ...

I _44.


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We have received two coniinunicatiuns, during
the pastw>-,-I<, in relation to a subject of recent
discussion in this p.-ijeir-7the one fromu- hliier,"
in the- strain of his fur~i I-,ei coirinuication., and
t"-e other from 1 Pupil,"_ in support of the posi-
ti,.,s and course of c Vesper.,";W--We h ve wo ,:b-
jectlisowri to a cointinuance of" the tpiblication of
farther ;,-irguinent ,1o1 these topics. Orre ik tlit tlle
d,?baite hi.s been abandoned by thle oritilal wri-
terl';, (thte atllhor olf tHie V1 irdicall ons declu-Iiri
aoly I'artlier iiotice of the ,colntiovers\) ; arud the
Itlher.is tit,\we desire, ill com orino with him, to
prevent any excitement or ur,(ple..,tie- fiin~x h;
our community, to whliclh similar discu.5-sions, kll-
less"-conducted with extrerne 'for:bearaic-e aiid
.moderation, are too apt to lead. WVe ; i'orntliee
motives +of ,I .1e i'easotI)eIs, ar1d While \ve remarkl
that our differences fi'eqeiirtly arise from.contemn-
',latini ,tie s-air e r tl frll difl ,er_-,i Fpoir, t -; ,f
view,. \re .,are satisfied that they will all c,:ncur
with us in,.p1-eservirii uninterrupted tiTebL;itrhyi-
+ feelh111_^s whicli thls; tf.+;I, we blieve;L awc! rym-
paired ai,,ont our g+&t"o -ellow-eitiz-i is[7. + .
C'h- Our tanks ore due the Honoiable DAVID
L r. Delegate, in Conires, for sundry inipPr-
t.:nt Pttblic Documnents. s. :' r .
"Yj-- We take this oceasioni to i'ettnii0tliaiks
to Ciptain SH.ANNVON, Of tlie Sc"h,-ooner Scalloiw.1
for New -li'leans papers thrie days Iatei thLan
received by mail. .
We are ,so indebted to all thle Captai.ns arnd
-lrL.:s of all the Stearnbbats for similar favors.
A continmance,- of thir will meet olt' warmest
'.i The tean-er- Js.< V. Smith:, i' I-,
I.st,-t'", irr'ade a trip t)o Albany, Georzia. before
Clri.-tlmas. It is. worthy ofiiote that tis*i._> the.
fi r.-t -soasc, any ste-amer hr lia scnded the Flint
River, as far-as tlI-e above -,oint, p'revioJis 'to the
h o l la.q 21 ;- .i ; ^ ,.-. ,.+ :. r #} + 1 '+ :; .



*;.';,; ;;.FT" .m the N ew". rlins T ro ic. .?:U; '
_,^ g +. .,COT T)N ( -NIP4 -: :
"A I.)-ch va'il "io-%t .-w i i -1.- ioir to th, 1,o 1t -n'er op of tlie
rn" .- 'lit "*'L-.,-,o Dd,.not~t' ,*s.- it i- \,: rv do:. irable Ih _.t
,.vfi',- ',I\ hI e ,:.:1 h:,:,Ii I. 1 ? defi- i,-._i ',- a collpar,_,I
w ,.ih !i I "',' ,,-c n-,p f 1'-42, !i0!. l ll ,not b,? exI ..-ercit,-':
-,', 11W t-; ,il ,Ir h Ia d.1. 4 it ,.,l,|, llv dt.-ir.bhe that ihe
e x ~te~a l! f l h ,i,'t't~*:-' sh o ,n !,l a ,o t b e .,'v -Ile d Ib e v ,-,n
itsspiiiy&Db"f.limit-. Allvwil,. Ladni-r who h.,ve p.id
th ,'- l a,,t- aitP iu i-n -(o the. sttb,,. t, that th,\ -,i-.te
an iIsl iU011r,,i from the u r1rce ntle ,7ted I'ad
w ht..:-' sl,:? 1e l r N ov., h; l v- l!v.e a.'e,-1[.r hy far
11 'a I I w .i; 1.(,r bef0 o,,_'e e i,":.,-',. or t'h:in oi Mlil
;N,,- i pr ; t te d. And i( f.,,ll-,ows, lhat esti-
ini ,.';' b n,:d in the piro pe:--ts Lip to that date, will
l.,w 'b, f0 .1.io hl to .- -e 'ir -,g l' err-,neol;. In-
deed', th;- ('vosi^-t ofli ,rp of ili9i.001.ii bide-; w a
mtnchO b b .,t-,?r on hfile' ,: Novenlber. thai1 i[ ir:.w is
for,-a <-rop f ?-l,7l ,io i0') 11l-.;_?., Tlhe receipts of the
erp(i of'th ve-.." J.S42, weire a.; follows, or n,:-arly
so, f,,rir v 6'r A-, 'romi1 1in Oy. ViZ:-
N r- v% C lea'!_,... .. 1,.. t.09;.o1 ) bales.
"' M ,:l:,il^, ..-,.... ..' ..... .. 4'5,0l00 "
Ftotilt( l .a J ..... ..... 165.0,,) "
: Atleinfib S r'te!,.36' .Q00-.. .... ,

),:. ^'- ':. ^fit-.-;-2.37 S.000
"If the crop:of1843L;be one-third slo t, a-1. lt cnm-
p- i-'e witlu.thag ,of lst -ear' it will be oily D.5Sh I,-
000 bal.es, But I, belief, the following e.l(ale
wilJlI'.'f,,16nd to TIe nearer the trurl, taking the
eoii4t-atf t 2rth ,-,f Novernlber as'c orrect in re-.
gard. ,i t ,o t e A hlluin Stl tes. ` I' ",
l-. *eb.l d,.-T'.-v. :eq'l to^ ,t.
N 0N rlon,n;,j 6.. ;.5.000 40 1. ^' .-
**) M o ilt, ,..,;. :.. t!0 Fl arida, 1,, 5.. # 15,00 ;; 50./0`, 0 : ;' l-
; lot li" ; ', 49I0 6-.7 .,) -
.-++"'i ,), oij 6Z '.00,
The --timat,, d V.ti cv. T.' n t livte Atlantic ta:t e
onm the.20-th N (""ov ,: ''''u- w ,. .,'ll und it' thiIs
w a ,coC qeet,, anl1'11,eY ;< ]v ,.l d. .,tI -,'r alivitll n- lik- 419t111i !' .,-i i','v,-ii d i.. ru sin' e th af period
i. \\ ,i; '1, f 4*..1 th tit i ll- e c lr,:' v w ill he ne1Ter
- --+-<-a-.ldi*i:,., one-f6 ',th^. And fror, recent letk rs. .
. .;,{.i ,,'.i. +'i',+ AeerQ'is p-v0..rv r,-,n',o to'b.lieve .flh'
'1 T^*.' *.: r ": o i' ,, Al~i i,,n^ ;? mor'" likely i,, be
.',, p ,r" .'^r 1 o e--s,v.-'nd1l Upon the'%vhol,.. I
-, i j.i.r i t t l ^ : .r ,p r, n a \' r e t ,.' h l J t O i', O 1 .i 1 : ,
but c11i1,,r)ex,.ecd 1.7(H(,(i.i Iate ,.tiy ird _ed n~ y
e fit lsIhI ot', 1600 .6i 0.i1), b.-le I TIlk .-TH.
-,'-,{1, I' r" Oj NFw VoRi.--The J]lnowlg IS anl
o -Irit- of fhe ntmlther ot ve=els.-o l ne_-1 th't
of bi'ni,, It' t in N o,,- Y ,oi-,,.I f,-, the ,e ir ndii,,'-z
-'r' $>. 0"t, -l* -la, not' iu,:,l'.iing ,lake vez. els and:
canal boats:- -
S-7 I.-li rg r ,-i-,:tlronnage 5,<045, 015
S" ........ 551. 20
': chris. 19 "' .W 1,44t)52
S,.P,,p. *8 270171
? '?,- 14 + 3,935 48
W hole.'. ..No. 49 -Toh-il loan'_e-.... .12,032 56
In'1842;"the',numbe' of ,es ).e ll' built was zix
ships't" i re lii._-., twv ee s and thirty+two Sloe,; ; 11l ,:aclanal boat. ;-nd nineteen,
steamers, making .-n o '-,. t.-.; Of eigh,.
S-\\ tihoi i 6'.d eight hl.dried an- 11 iltd-iH N' e. -h 0,
: .... ... -[Nev.- Y ,rk Sun.
The,, a',ta of TMw ... ia n ci ihn with
gl,.-.-ati r ip y, aul that York a- a Comrmercial Emilriulm. Already,- in
theamam~it-,f export.;, v. Orlea.s is the.superior.
D ir'hin.1 ienlrlv the whokjj.',f tlho P-t ten yer'z, ilhey
ha~y'e~ex.eedd h\,\ aboit l'fiftv per cent those .of
Ne~wY-prk,'as. i- -:h4ow1, v. I the I lJlowi-w tbaZ le :--
** .' N'rt^an. N.York. .
I 82S ......... ..i1 ?.-,-! -
"1S32.. ':'.: ."; .. ... 'N 14 .5 IS 15,657.215
'.. v .... ...... .1, 13,457 15,411,21u
8 ^ .3.5 : ..... .^ 1 ,.nl5 :- 21,7o07.;47 a
!8g9.i .... .... i ...... 0,995,936 -: ;- 2:3.2<)6.995 :+
,1841^ .. .... ......*32.-5.61- 24,2'4 7,(27 l5W
In 1841, the ,voort ftoIn, th tw-o P,,rts of Neiw
Orle?-m-; and Mobile ,,-oinimr-,l 41v either to nie-tr
fotirtv-foiirirmillions,, while. 'duiTmg. tie" sAm fe year
the e.&xiports.&rom the whote,.ViioO'we'eL littLesl.sg,
than. one.hu.nd-red.-aid foitiiier. ri-,illi':,,b,- hi'-, the
exports fpt.m hsr-e two 1 ,,, thern ciles were lconp?
sider, bly more thari anAthird ofthe whole.- D,,riri
the- ame 'ye-ar, the experts ro6n. the iprtf o6f Ne w
York, Phila'delphiaarid't-ild..Tr., v_"wrp n fortyy
cne- milons; being i.ll ri-Ad numbers i,-- by; three
niilib'>.w .ih n ,the1 fr*or the_ two ', '-.rt -orf New
Orleahs and Mobile..;. The excess of exports .over
the principal -cities, on -thb Ailntic;is apunfally in-
creasing at an accelerated ratio. '. *. :
(^^:Thft- T,-,110-win table comi'liied froma~the offi-
cial report of I142, shows the amtount of toinnlage
and class of vessels built by the, ninetargest States":
,-. .-:. :* ships, brigs, sch's,.al! oth's ,orn'!.^.
M am} e, ........,.57 50 >,. 55 ... 3 .38,04( 75
N teai~shire,...4 "1 + 0 :. 0 ., 1,695 53
Mas~saclhus ts,..32 14 21 -.-'.,5 *; '18,.52:18
RhodeIsl~and,...8 0 3 8 5 .-',.2,515 50
Cofiniecticut,: .. 3 '' + 4 7 :; 8 3,352 70
N ew Y ork ; ....-6 -5 -"17 *156 ;2f.'41 18
Pennifsylv-ania,.-..1 ... ,-, ,- 20 *1,.W1
D eta~w are,....... .1 .0 4 :; 4 .. .712 59
M Iaryla i-d, ; .....,..3 -.6 99 : +1 7,936 9 2
+:Total" ... 115- "14 209 480" i08,795 52

ascertained i' :; :" ". .
On1 the Chiitt,:lio,?hee and Apalachicola Rivers,
from APA LA_,CHCOLA toCotuOVU s-BUS.
Furnished by Capt. S-r.,PLER, steamer- Florerce..
Fro;m _\Apalachicola to.- ,: ,Miles. '`Wiles.
;Old \1oimirn',s .Bluftf.,.......... .--
Fgrt Gadsden ;....;,. .-. ...... 1S :. "25 "
Biyer of1' Stichks. jV.............. 25 ... 5011
Iola.. ,.:.... .: .. ... ..... "-25 ? -
; +.ston-e's I..ar~d ng.. .* ... .. .. ... .5, '80..**-
S Ri, o's Bl t'. ...- ..,.'.... ..... ... 5.10-. O0
S j ti 2~e.., .^.,, ... .... .. -."iim g" . .1Q +., f00 +'
S 1h.,irii stow tt .. .....i..v ...:..++. .20 : 121 ) :
~~.... .20 14I1-.1 1 -
; : cheese *... .. -. .... .,:.+.: ...... .0'-. 1 U '
A spalaga ..... .. ,- .7. .. .-. 14"7 :
( h at ht.h ,,oc h ee.. +.,. *.. ;. ... .. ... 10 1 "*'
.'Brown's Ferryl., ...-;. ....,.;i5 17-2
, Neals Lending .'....,.... ,,.20 1" 1.12
, Porte.r's Ferry... ... ..... .. 15 207 ,.
Col C lumbia....... .... .....;12 219
Howard's Landing...'.-..;...... 20 239s
, Fort .ai ne, ........... ....... 20 915 :'
SEufaula..,..,,. ......: .:.. ....... 35 294
; iRo0anotk .^.+.., ;. ..:,....+ .... 20 314 "
' "I'i,,re'ica .. f.-.7+,; -".. ..... .....;.5 3i9 *
Jernisan' i Landing ..............5 324
-']:el~erst rfj~arttdinii............ ".2.,1-2 3S
Tr.]N ryaiiV's La I T6n^-.. =';-7.-.;-.-.-.-L- '- .-.
Fo'rt M itchell ................. 1"2 3hiti
- : W oolfork's-Bar ......'........... .6.1 8 .' 3t38
. .Columbus .......... ..10 3X8

Total distance by water............. .
;. :.Repiuted distance -by -land travel.......'"2i,.
"'By. strain lit eeopial)hical line........ 187
_D ,-c mlber- 1843. -

i+ .iDesat,'liei -have been sent **rm the Rate-
bDipartment to Col. Joseph.B, Bro% ne, Maihlal
of'-the Uniited States' for the Southern Judici,,
Distrit of Flh,,oida, in respect to the slaves recint-
:1y e' -,ped to Nassiiu, New. Providence, fioni
Florida. -, '';,, i -"*
!FROM AVA,- .A.---Th e Al.:Abma brings Havana
dates.s to the.23d i41st., inculsiTe.
ThelBewsthat th,-? Queei of spain was declared
+of age. by the 'Cortcs, was officihlly received in
Havana-on the 21st in(t., a c,,d cel ebrated with
due.-'ccremooIy. The-('aptaii Geneiral and the
other rficers of states Otteiided church, %%,here a
Te Deun Was chaunted for the occasion.
It is officially announced, that after the first of
Jaiuaryv next, the export duties *on the principals
articles of r.,,port, are to Ie cosiderably lessened.
We annex translation of the decree as- published
in the D iario: .....1.1 I,
Art.-1. Every box of ou,,ar exported in a Span-
ish vessel_%,will pay five rials; in a foreign vessel,
.six rials ;- : '-.;
Arl.2. Every .quintal of coffee exported ina
:,-;Zel to a Spanish port. will pay three
.-par i ,,,-V_- elt a
Mital; in a Spanish ve-sel to a foreeign port, foqr
ri-,; and in a foreign vessel to a foreignn port
lur rials ard a half
Aa t. .'. Molasses and Spanish brandy are de'
cleared free of export duties.:.
Art. 1. Every vessel departing fully loaded
%with r,-,olaSSes, will be exernpt fr.m paving tort,,

At1 5. Ever Vesel carrying away more thac,
one tliou-tmd boxesc'fsug'r,will be charged ton-
nage dues acordinig to t&4eir ,easbrement ; if for-
eign, six rials pcr toi; if, Spanish, two and a half
rials. :-
Art. 6. The sa-.meadvantage regardi-ia tolna-e
.dues will be; ei-,',d by vessel cctrrvingr a-
--,,--,,-) sacks of cfiL.-v., and over 300 pipes of brandy-
It is reported by, the Alaama. which arrived
sh-'ti,]l.j f'rein-Havana, that at the time of her
sailing, (onlthe 23d)- news had been received o
the arriva of.a 1-at:e Braitish fleet- (pr,,hahly .tha
from H-:il'ax0C noticeeofl t c_ rihi'g otfwl-,ii-h' -,m
received some days since,) on thex./jouth side of
the isla nd.-.Y'..O. Bull, 28th.

D 'ODG'E'-E G.-IRD.;ER, 40 water street,
otfer bor s le,
: bales India Basin, "
'25 coils -Kentc,: l v ,Ropl';e, 1+5do Manilla do
100 do Mariilla adTjiredRi.ging,-assorted
, -. (10 do sprn -arn. (). do patirng yarai :
'* kgs No 1 white lead, 15 b!Ws Linseed Oil
2000 lbs bp-t}ead,, 100)ba^sl6t'assoted ,
-. '20-duz j.,i"'-t '' t stee i
"2 0 t ,J'n s wi c d e s; I r t., a{ .s ,_,ir { d :
: lou kegs Najils,. do
.5 caks ,nll. and Winter Sperm Oil,
DUCK-10 pies -.English;- 10. dosto t ga-
vens; -3 do lightdo;14o I.]Rijsia *2; fr'-sile by
*.: ,dec2 =^,,; ,:-WA.-AWO.OD,;23-watersst*

D. B. Wood & Co.,"
No.'29 W aterstr,-et.
jan! Apalahcl olh. Fla.

' FOR LIVERPOL--The faf-sailing
il Br.,ship COURTENAY, Geo0ge Tur-
s~isctner, ma-.'t.r, will ihieet .with despatchh',
F o r fre ig h t a p p ly "to .. -* .... : '* ..'
dec25 W. A. & P. C. KS.

K ,J. Day & CO.,- ,:7"
-'. +- N 0752 W after .ireet, V-'* "
'jan4lT'y' "..Apiaelahieola,'Fla.]

t^^^ HASsEE., Hadlv, wastet,,'wUl 3 ..wfh
^^^& dtspatch.- For-freight. piV-to .,.
Sdeell .. ,' J, DAY& Co..

,. -Samuel Schiffer'. ,
, ,: No. 49 WZater street.
10l Apalachieolr, Fla.


DAY & C,.ofoerf,.sale- [. :-
300 Bb's northern Flour, ', -
.. d o \ves le rn d .n ... .. -
tiii do. :,. and L13i1s Buckwheat 1, 1our, '-
2,.J ],lF-,l N. O. Molasses, '" i 's
'. *:._, H hlsl St. C r,_,ix Sti'iar, +-:" ,*
S'- :" ;30 do.. Po:.rto R'ico d6." r "
J?;:> o' do. N. 0. "do;-' : "''"* '
':" v'a o" lb'Lb" j C.do. : : .
: ; 20 ,0 l b %-e ras h ed d o :
': "20 0 i, i Ib s P u lv e r -iscd o. 8 0 : ... ',)[:^ : 1
,3 tojns- lr,:.n, assorfed, '.., '
1' 31 kez N N 1,4ls, do. ^ -
.-:-IUU'~-i [:' tl' In ,Ia'B ^ ii^ ,'_ '" '
..',^.11.1 c.-)ls .R'o .o, ';" -+ .- '..' -i ++. -
* ,; ,1-1 1.1 bag_- Rio Coffee. .^, ..... -
':i aa:aI K

"^'0d. Jay a, S.I (I coming Cco.
-: 5iJ hft boxe.; fresh Raisins
51 boxes Havana SLrs, 11riouslknks, i
* "' 50 bales Domestics,
".^ 0 m, .,pr Negro. B a,-kets; ..%:_, .
_' .... ..O2 c ee Ne'2r, Shoes, :h- + !
:' : "*d* doz. patent cast steel,Hoes,''-v;1 .
k,,.-i^ a.,?,d,.h if kegs FFF'Powd,r,,
o vi-, l Shof, r i.. 'u sizes ,
^.i'1; 'ar L a doe'lI'-

+L 7( Aj-,R. MLOLA.+nSSES, WHIsKEY, &c..
^ S,_,ga.r- *;-25* b atrels.
M,Ml,,s~ses--5)J barrels.
AVliisie\e--t :7,- barrels.
FIur--50 )iarlels.
Cranberies--S halt" barrels.
Lard--*20 kegs. '!
" .. ..Bacon-1- casks. : ; '' .
: Juisf re,,ived per slir. Swallow, and fA sale
low by- -::-*;: DODGE & GARDNEB, ;;
-.*jan8: ,-.:..-5,.- i ': -0- w ater sit eet.w: .

JUST RECEIrV'E,_ by recent arrivadta a a hoi
).,J assorutfr et olf-Clo.tlhi.ng; ,Bootg, iho.s Hits,
4c., whithli. will be sotdihovw for cash by "
.- n,:,v.t .., '. "TN. AILLER &Co. :

V M u.tild ,,., + .. .. .. .. -^.\ .o
* .-. A.dv.eht,r.osr,-! nf Mon, Vioi&et,. ^, .
U Advetr? of Laurentini inse arch of ]
Fatltier,-just received and for sale
*-F -Ey,
jann :" ":) '" + ** 7 'taerqt.


-" ~ '':-. C'LE ARED1.)' .
-"'.SiTp A~talata, 'Rasrotd, 'for New York by
-'Dav'& C'o. 1' -
'" q tFip Fi.:,ax, KharLp., forr Mpbilje ;', '
.Ship T;ilma, W t-f? o,r, 'or Mobile. .' ',... .
BIrk AldMa1r-na,'M rritr. for N York bv!- I r-.r-&
.oi e. i ** i"' + +
Bark Swan, Blanchanr,'for Boa7t,.. tby. D
,*W ood '& C o: *' " ''* .. ,',,. .
Bri- Martlh. Kinsrman, for Baltnmore*.by' :-D'
W ood &"C- .' ', .
Beri Tfimi6Jebn,-iBliven,. for New Yoik'b- D B
V-; & OoV. ,
Brig Junius, Cooper, for Boston 1:-y Kimbrmugh
i -R id g w a y _, -
Brig --rjs.; tvovean'd, for N York by NitOUrse V-
Ns ton e *4'1 ". 1 -
* Briag P'i-neer, Mitchell, for N York by D B
Wood &a Co. .'"
:&; .hr Helen. Sears, for N Orleans by W A & P C
*hr Bo.-.to,, Bradltv, for N Orleans bv J Day
"chi So.ihia,. Jankins, .forHavana bhy' .tl'Hodg-es
Ship Flnridi4n, Pratt, 1dv.s fm New. York to
0Ni+rse 1 one. -.: _-, --"-i.... --- .-,,. .
bliip M -,.-',._-,a,.hase, fin Bo'ston 'via. (-C arle;-
(on.;in. b lact to ras-ter. .
Ship.Thlmn.a, Winsor. i'll Havana. t;
Shlip Fe,.x. lil;t|p,, ti Port.-n',,-tth. l .
Barque Ge ,,lern.ii, Morri-, fai NNew York.-..
B, rque .,:,nd,,or. W i-, e.fill Porto Rir0o. : .
Brm" Pl6ri da., Croker, 16 ttl fin New York .to
5 l eK a y ^ It ai :tsh. rnm e '
.Br-,, L,,wrence Copeland, Baker, 1INd: Sfm-New
%Y o r k -' .
-;: Schr:J M Wcaterburv.-Thnompson. I'm Havana.
'. Schr l.\v Shi'tunon., 4 d%- 'fn N Clr!,r-ans.
-tuamer Tnahdm-,:,e, M'rt-r. fin l 'Clnmh,,1,.
"" '[ ,a rl ,- iot m ., Fr e :-rt-- on t'n l C ', ,lu m b '-ls.l
< t* S i r e i i -'5 I m i -i l -s e. l'f i n B -t t~I :, 1"ri i .!: ,
.Agn,:.+..Jer ifi,-n.C't, lunili '"
"" A m -iin l' l(n Old. >_'.I.'IIn-III __n' 'll ^,[q'-.[ "
." C(-if-p'l Aarrison, fro Cor i]h "
-" 'Colinnhus. Ailk'.n. fn .Coltinlu-1 ..
t> O"iole. Woodri.if.l fm 'Cohl.lnLus.
B B.TOII, Roldand, fil Colunbus.
.I + '. l o+6 + e l i, N; i le t i C o lu m b n .. .
G'n'l Sitnprer, Thoinm-on. fin C'Iinln's
: .Sitrer, i, arple s, fin Brow% 's Fr-ni .
S" -, F P.I."NE". '
i.Slhip T roy\'. ? ll, ele-.irod 23dL ult. '' ; ";
Brig IDgr.i i.1 enus. Clhse, cleared 23d.l ,Ilt. "
Brig- It W Brown. Tdte.m, cleared 27rh ult.
,.y Brig RPp?| blie, G at,-s.- tip ro sail .It irvt. 1 +
., Brig Mi ,; K, ichcr-d.isori, up to sail i ns t. "--
Br""g: Wi L Jots; "L),,TI2 (ier T oihr sait 3d 1,".
: -'-" ',V u .' O -. -A:l
F ._,.hr Boston, Bradley. to s,+ul 161h1 ill Q .
. Schr Lion,'l l'(, up'witli despatch or,16th. "+-
- Schr Oeda.via, Churchill, 1o1lneet with deSpatch
+ + "! + ......- B.-r TIA OIi . ";/ "F: '. "' 0" ....
hr MarNWiliekes, G(_-aIt, too .sa il \\qiilh despatch.
Schr Sagana"+, WVi2:hL, to sail with d--'.4-a t'(oi.
Schr Exe|I- 4,_r. oodbUrv, to sail 2dJ in. -t. ,
* 1hr hndlana, Arrants, Ito.sail w h d.:-.-pat'c -,
o ,' :. ,' -.POR TLAND;. ; ;
Btr,.ti WVoha;, h, (,e- ) T lbot, cleard 21-t lit.

" '.. .", To the"Piklc. .+.+ ^^t +
r T H subsct.iber ted a ae anid'
JL .,st'ntial W AREHiOUSE ,t'Brown's Ferry '
Jcgson: cunly,, '17fo6ida, 'rce, and ibr-;
ward all Mlerchandise. Cutton,,. &,c. ,, tLG. most
'.reasonable terns. 'Plr'mt at'tenloa g'ill ea.t gi.v-
!erl to ;iN Goods oortsigned to ,iis cai-e..
:,.=:pc~t+ 3' .- .'" N. .B^KER.


fP'% S icks Corn, tor sale by
Ju0 M. A. MYER, ,
jial 2.8 w:tter st. h
_G R DEN SEEDS--Weal her-fie h'-eshl Seeds,.
just received, and for sale by

::+ 'ates of'Wivlas-rtag~e.:
rlHErbro,%-11,-;gare 'the Ra'ies of WPha
S_14 .all Cofton, Mere-haqdise, &c. lahle Wsbi-
,ped from the lWharf at tbis Port: .*' .
"i ,- +. .pttn; pe b_ o, landed ......-,6 cert ..,
q,-iOn-,}:&:',' ::* .;:^ shipped.;. .. "'
On Goods per barrellanded, (esh-, ""y*
.-'re'taing-. trgve curio+ 'eer or "200.'lbs. f ,
S"' ngett, equal to a barrel,).'.; ,...'"' :.
O.On Good.s, pc-r, brreL;.shiplaed. R, .3- .'?
I.C _Solt, per. sack;: landed: .. _,

Wt ood, pee chvi..... ,,,. .,;,).+
,Lu'nber, per' Mr'feet.....':, .'.50 ,^" \
: ", ,+! B ,,ic k ;. : ++e r ,Jt .' ; .. L, .'. o. 4 1< ''
U4`". chiles', A," M'.'.-_; ;'.&., i.:+- -
: =,, Sackls of lnleal, corn), oats, or r ^
,. -, other merchandise, coptainim .
ntmf more tharl .hree bushels. d.1 ..
_.A&lI:mrber. salt or tnerchantlise, shipped f
board vess,_ls o:r steamnf-baafs:rom 'othr vessels,;
h or rat's, ],i'n ti the.wh" ar.t',illr ,e
dharged one wharfiage only'. 4' -
WharLage o0l egttou, or other merchandise land-
ed,.o be paid by the, consignee; and when ship.
ped by the party'taking- the biTLof Lading.. -;
All Ko,:,ds and mietrchandise' not. enumerated
above ,wiI be charged a fcor'e-pondin rates. "
Vfsel-+,'liiiters- at. steainboals,3lrtingoat the.
Wharf, and not receiving or dischargiw cargo,
be. i-,F=-1 2r%.,
w'lJ N be reqmt'd; to pay ',.,r the use of-the berth the",
sum .o"f t\vo djhirs afd; fiftv cents 06r. doa,-,,pd Fo
ive ,y to e ,ats, o diieha ng.
The .e Iolowing. Article oL thi Regulatidna ofthe-'
AXpalachicola Chamber of. Cniomemi e, ".ill 'Ibe
strictly adhered to:-.- .
"' Consignees of cotton :.shall be ,I;brifed-three
.days for tlieiltcott.n Lo remain on the-wharf, and
-purchasers.;two das-,, without, incuirrn extra
wharlae?.- If after notification by the wharings-,.
the, allw,, itto ren-,in a longer'time, ,thiev shall
incur an. extra,'Aharfage of e lcents.per 'bale;-for
evenv tiventy-'our hours that it remains thereaf-
ter.- Wo,6d- a lutr.ber shal not. be; "allowed to.
remaj-n *Wjre th!an ,twentv-four hours without in-
currin, an extra wharfage-for twenty -four hdt'or
tlierealter.'t .... *- +.: i:. --.. *\.. "**
All hills will be presfnte4 monthly for colJeci'
tion. : NOt;RSE &.STONE.t "
-:* A p a l v a ch i c o l a D e .- 4 1 4 : 3 :' t ( -
i .,-L .G' y ., i -.
"' f'r COLUMBUS', GFO'RR1IA .... ,
,lg.i TAKES thi^s-method of inform-'
-.+'.-,. irig" the Mblc.ti-a-tha t tias just
2 .- returned frai. N,.w Yorki witl, tt
new and splendid assortmrent of .-,,*
,, 'J E WE --: EW E4 .Z.,'
(.on1sstigf' in: patt of Gold and Silver Wadli3a.isI.
nexwpatter ofibeautiftl Breastpins-amonthen
smre DIAMOUNDS of the first water--Gold and
Silver'Thiilbir-es, G Gd a&ndi Silver Pencils, Gold '
anda .,.ilver, .Spectacles,. Gold Gudad and Fob
C1,ain-s. Silver .-Spobns, -Plated Castors, Alantle
Cl;cks!, fine KIyives,; e.; &c.,.whichl he will sell
low for cash. .- ; :'" ., "
+-; : 'E'Vf.Tov EL.vt'- .'.'- =.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired; aint"
warranted too pr-f)rra well. ? ../
N. B. Persons. residing .a Apalachicola;',oW
alo611 the river, wishing th[en" Watches. or itA
J'RwElry repaired, having an opportunitv to'serd
th0m hy'trustW,,rthy ,hands, during :the-boatlg.'g
season, ,ah have themirhpaired by Mr. LGa~y, "
and. returned with) nearly the sane dispatch: bs
tlh,-a"glb his/est.il.l is~hinot w:e in ApalacWiic41a. "
.-Coluiiibus, Ga., Oct.'15, 15S43. .40 Uf' "
"" -" *
D?. 1. JPalais,,.
-.* a.--. HAS determined toestablish hit0-
,c."o'". sel perIanently in this city and
::3..S. req..crtfi',Uy solicits the patronage
of the citizntis or' Apalachicola and the-u"p-coun-"
try geifrnilly. "tie rt.:,ttels himisf that a thorough '
and l:,rctialknvwledge of-his business,, com-
bir, ed-witd a desire to deserv4.6and obtain 6t6e
erfii,,cof flip |:blic.: will ensure him success
inx ihis. undle-rtaliing-. Shp up stairs in Baltzell'6
Buildings. Entrance next door to the Post Office.
Refer" to B. T. TC. O Es(J.
4 1 ala, b io l S et 1_ 1 >4. !l + 33 t_ _

,..OFFEE-A choice lot of Java Cuttfe, just
\_/received and for sale bv "
*'. ,-" : :-"^ :: -* B. ELLISON C C,.;[.?
;' i- ... / .... ....... "3 1 '3 .iter s street .
BRUTTER--7,. firkns .Goslicn .utter- just re-
_. ceeived nd f,:,r sale b --v
'nn'ai M. A. \rYER%"5, water st. i

N OTICE-Six weeks after date I wilt appl\y
to th.dit..Hullnoli~deJ -t he 3.ud"_e -+of- 11" I-,,-- .: ., -,t
L.,o:i,. tor the, county, of Frankkn, for letters of:
Administration ori tle,-estate of Aliio,, v Ro-rs.,
de,'t,,: d, r,,nd for letters of Administrn'tio -, de
bonis,non" ol tile estate 'of Jon L'o, decease.
-^^ f^: -' "*RAPHTAEL J'. MO\TSESL
A]','.T-'iIi"roba, -Ja:>Iil-v 1, IS-01. '

-,...'. ;R obe 'ts, Alie.ns & ., (, ,- I
-'l.,AV.'on, hand and slur e: + .. I
.JI._ Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tpol%,. ;
+ 0.. Germpan, English. Bli,.ter wLd Cast steel -.-
"Ca.ldr'on Xctiles from 20 ,o 12(, galls, .
.Hollow Warn, wh,-lesale and retail;
"*,:rought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
.. rais Andi'ons '; Ftre I'ans;
:- Platforn Seales, Beams anid Bollances-;' '
-': T'n Wre of all kinds, wholesale.& te;tail-
'Also, a general asiortrinerit of Hard'yare.
hev ar'e tiko? Illepareid to attend in any' aifes
for ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ B- Irn4^i.~f i.s B~k -izthins, 'T1il.
Copper or S~heet Iron work. or' Tin and Copoe'r:
+ ftR fortrg'on re+ vohble"termns. pill ly
jO NT ._(' NSIGN v'IE .NT-- ., ,,T '
.." +1701'7 xes mn uscateI-Rajsitj ;' QS ,' -^-
-. :. 10 ka-s Mlala-,a Grapes; : -" "* .
.. .' .- _10,.ca-k1. che eso,.(a fine article); ', .
For ae low by, k.-FRARIOR Co.'."1
dec 7 ,7 ,::. ';^ :, -t '* .. 44 W ater st.'"' :
S ICALE. BEAMS--2 Dearborins Pfa-tnv Scale;
-BI'Be-ahis, for sale by ;
&.'4:.- 4R.H, GO4 D.LETT,- "
d t^ -I t + 43 \wpter-itree't. ; '

^ Comifay of Fraaitkiii-
( CFI. 0F 1 P.1L.1C'H1COLl.:
7Er' th- s~lbs,;rib .h ]spe,:tJ~s >nd:Clerk of
t V-....in. i t[ .:-rr>- I id l I tne ,.ry"-O T- aia i -
cila, in tlhe :county of Fra,,klin, on tlie first da1
f .J n,,,-rv, one thousand eigit hundred and forty-
fiut:1, do: hereby certify, that tlhe wliule onti-,.r of
w,tt-!4 -I,,,, It':,r the oll'ce r,| Mayor of-said city, is
.ne- h,1Ldred and eight v-eiliit :'and that of these
votes, David G. Raney ret'v, d one hundredd
'se'vjIty-seven,- Baiivard Eilis received eight,
Cl-,ras J. -Tomlinison on., C. P. Alleon nne. ain
J. ,B. Starr one. Ani_ tl,.1' the whle in,,nber of
V ote s.Vlverr ,. th e z,tf, t e i h % + i '
S '-"os t .e om c-- R ile e 'gh.t Cou.-. cilni_.,-_II
for said city is fburt,-eii iie no,.e i; l eint -ore-
, and :of these'"Saimuel Sehift'er re,',.'ive, -one li"-'
dr-d and -sev." 'y u "l .hoberts one hua-
ditL ard i frry-se,,e:n, Henry 3. oA oire ? huri-
d,.i.-'La ;,,,'t3.,)te. J 4thes -; F .ior one hun-
drad Ir.d ;:Soi\'e, J~ohn -W.-. Bbl)cucic bne hun-
dreCahid lorry. Hetiry*F.,Simmons vne hundred
and ttbirt"-foi.i,, Elc'zer J. WNood '+, hundred
and I. .. clientss ninhO't-five; iand he al,,\,e
hamr6d '(_';ll.l,:lIt"ni lia-rii,2" rcei.ed a ntajritv ,o
the \\h,.i:, nnionber ol votes polled. 0''1.ig lared
to I.,,.1e % du f.l-,t,:,l. \\ itnes-i our han hi 1..8tfirst
day of January, 1S14 :.'"*' \
+ BENJ. Etnisdy^
M. L. TAtk.R, -
\VILLIA. r VALLAU, Clerk. "f ..*^" !
------ \, :1.-
Renidy iy adI e fiOa nIJlo.' -1..
1B. H_.\MILT.1ON. No. 47 Water afe.t.
Kj cOtstalitly re, 1,,:ig arn addition to t1 s st6C-
of ,; ..* --OLOTHING, ".-^
Consisting of Clhf, f 3e. uver. Pilot and Frusitnii
Over Coats i- ;. *:":
Gent's Cloth:,; Beaver, Pilot and Flushin-. jl 0,-
Coats; ".,
Gent's Clt:th, Beaver;,1Pilot and Flushig 0,
Blue, black, green 'and ibvisile '_reen, 'Fro;
and-Dress, Coats. i
"Kentucky 'Jeans Frock and Dr,.- Coats.
Blue, black and fancy colored Cl1-th and C.ss
Diagon(,al and fig'd French .C assimnere. S
Cloth; Cassimere and Cashmnere Vests'
: Silk and Woolen Velvet. d,:,. '
White Muslin and Linen Shirts;
:Colored do. do. : do.
1Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;
I do.'. do. do. do. Drawers;
Wolen" and, Canton Flannel Shirts anid Drawers;
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders; Gloves, and
H osiery;- -. .v '.
'Dressing or. Morning Gowns. .
A great variety of'Gentlemens and Boys Hats and
""Caps. .
C Cr- The'above goods will, be sold very low for
.cash.. ..- dec7
-I OR .SALE-On Consignment-
100 Bbis Flour; -
I I0Hhds N. 0. Sugar;
i 10 do. St. Croix do, --
50 Bbls Whiskey; ;
25 ,, Molasses;
10 Hhdg Bacon Hams .and Sides ;
100 pcs'.Kentucky Bagging;
5 bales-India ,,
100 coels Kentucky bale Rope;
100 Manilla Rope;
50 sacks Rio Coffee ; by

,---I B'iBLS. of RO: IN, for s:le .tw- ..
Vl applv to FARRJO.R,& .CO.,
jy?,!:. ::. [ 44 W ater st.

. ,B.-ALES Heavy Cottn-, Os n:aurgs. suitable
17. for negro weai:, tor sale lov, for" cash. bv
". ' ,;,*; FLEWELILEN .& jUTT: '
i jan.1 ., r .. .. -. : .... N o 2.Colulnibu _P.-,k .
TO *-. BBLS Potatoes,, -.
.,l "2'., t:,ls Apples, 10 bbt dtried o
100 bbls Baltiitnv-re Howard ttr'eet.Flour '
I. 1, ,0 pa :kaq-es..lprim e fam ily .Butter; C-- to ainiu
++;,-; from cln2-to 3,, lbs.each, for sale low b' ...d
*-jan-.l,+ ..:. :.: ,),. &DJLL & Co, 9 'tev-st

C I H-ECKS!--Checks on New York and, New
J Orleans for sal? at the Agency of the Atgrasta
I nsurajice Ba~k~in.- (',:. -.
Also, F,]e and .Mdlai te Ilsrance, bv
* i.l ," J.-S. KELLOG(G,'.-\gent.
C'"- E(_CK -S ON NEW YORK--For 4ale at the
gpenc:y of the Mechan.cs Ba-ink.
E. U. SCRA.NTON, Agent.
k AIpala.hic,,la. Dec 4. P 1::*. #;t
i'TjXUH-,'NGE-Bought and sold, b1
- -u : W (3OPOUTER,
dec4 A ent Bank Bruns%%ick.
1>by .:rAS. KEL, O(DLE A- ent.
lU MRICA 0)-LD)-For sa~le in suici ti-C.SUifc
0iA purchaisers, 1),,
S\.- "'W G. PORTER C.
{ "1nl .- \41 WV ter st.
SDV-ANC'ES UN JUTON.-Liberal advan-
- ces -,t, Cottun uir sail-(, or shipment to New
k, Bston o, Li v r ,,1 r (-,11'
+' .NOLTKE &. S.ONE,
w -'- .. 40 \ :lter st.
'IALLA-ST--Waated :n the subs,:ribers 3,,.,
_0 tons, for which cash %'-ill be paid.
B S. HAWVLEY i.os un Iand ahd (fr *ale,
e*a a fmilf+ ssr,"tment of School, Bla k, Prav--r
and Hv irl Books., Also-. '
*y2: copies'Afysteriesof Paris,
25 Cousin'Hinton ".
-: 25. N ina, '" ".: "
S25; "* ". P te .-dent'ts D augh ter +""^ *
25 Trad,.uc,-.,
.25 Fortunes of Caleb Stukely,"
15 "- 100 Romances.Real Life,:
25 ".n M tagic and Mesnm.rism" in '
25 Adyenturesof"aG :een"Horn,
25 "- Romantic. Biography ofthe Age of
:Elizabeth,; .
25 -Katein Search of a Husband,
25 cc Philip in search of a Wife..:
*27 Water st.
: ./. 10 bales India.Bagging,/ -.:.' :--
30 coils Manilla -Rope, : I
50 bales Kentucky .Rope,, : .
For sale low, tor e, h. M. A. MYER3,
+ Nov. 2.0.4, 4t 28 water. t

,' BBUNS' Pilot and Nav,' Bread; ;.l.;--S 1Iot
4_0J of first quality. Gosben Butter, 'i a*iall
kegs for family use, for sale b+
janl, T' .. '- water .reet. _-
.NNUALS--.Te ..Gift," .- :
g +. Friendship's.Oflbering," + ;,L *;:' *,+ --,--* ,;"
;..*;.+ ."T he M a1 inolia,." :: : /.,,,--
+. .* '.'Rose o(tSharon,V '1-" -'. ( .
,,+>+.:. "' R ose ," :- :" -, ,-:. ,
^_Also, an assortment tof Holiday Gifti, +* ^
.. .. .. F or sale by 7 .., .o. :,
i ,. i. "B -.'.:HA LEY,; '.
S dec2 .,/ : -7 \ rt,-rst. f
1 in f B n L % B l F lo .. ..
0I 0 .54_' Bbls W liiskev, + "
-*":; 30 do. M olasses," /'*:i+:-' . +? .
11.11l-0 sacks Corn,' '* '\*
-:"r -'2" HhdsHujms,- : + 7-
20 Bbts M.:-ss P ,Pork., -for slA. b -I
dec14 '.M A MNER+S. -_- rtr st.
O BBLqI M. s;Pork, 20 do Prirneit "
i. .}-;:* bbls ,M:..ss 'Beef, 10 do oPrime do. : '.
5J I Is'l ,ern Flour, 20 hlfdo do-ddo "
-.".'-25 hnbbU -Buck.wheat, 5 bbls white Beans,
50 firl.:ijis elected Go(shorn and Dairy, Butter,
5 *bbls (Wo6-ey &, \\'aldev's)-lihrasih'd SloA-r,
..1 50 1 bs -',dp ;. do- LaL -o
11.)',, i:,s .-.ld bxs Raisins, 30Q.lbs-Verdiar.i.
4':, +bs Putty, .35 kgs .pure.W1t.ite Lr. id.
......^J,. kgs _riaek Pai-nt,1- ,5d oi.Noal W~..hi~te lead,.
10 bxs Tobacco, 1Q00 bxs Siofp, ,.; ; .
8> ce-,,s Tea, ,3 bbls smoked Tongues,
For saleby + W. A. WOOD, .
dec25 '___ 23 Water st.--
ODi&sosi(J1oaB of PmB riiership.- +
T.HE Law: Partriersl-iil:, hqretofore. existing-i-
IT- theoA;palchi(,<:la Distritt betwe,.ii WM.+,
_.i-i b.y _u'-+ .yb ttial-corisent.; Each par-,
tv %Vill co,,tilnue to p active in the same 0ourts-as
hfiereofore. W.-H. B. refers- those- persons wish-
ling td emplo him, to Col. Hawkins, for any im; .")
mediated, advice or assistance necessarY: in his ab--
s e n cr e % '-. : : ; : ; ++. .
ApalacT~icola, *Dec 1.,. 1843. tfL++

S LT -f X -STORE;.'J-, I. Sa v1ks, 't.-r safle by
,t _.-jn8"? $" --CDA Y-Co.`52-water st
.... '.'^t, I.". mDistifet OCi1'I.

-v -;v~a. ;.A on Real
R' 'J'. Mo6ses, assignee of E. .... Estate n: -.
-.'-,.- J, ,Wo ,d. [ .
/'- ]7.W.,I .0 f,..,-g e.a~t.Pu-blic'A ict u in, an.the
.ilth l7 ; .a6 f "a ,,.pres.en.t,in .front of the
Cievl's 0mce, .all the -:real estate late of KE J.
1vvod-' Baqkrupt. Said Real Estate bti.,g situ,
ate at St. Josiephl,-and whicl-, will be particularly
des-eic,"J.--d h__. T -, pe hroe b -II n-:
plication and "w accounecor Robbin -3,'-r
T isee aa !tlt(jrt.age.?s,.%witl hconsenit of the un-
.ersigne4, a!dby direetion*of: the Hon1- Samuel
(.a t a c k, ,J,u dgeJ.!+ Term s --C~ash i.+,
a.afie and- -iR.,J.. MOS.ES, AsOignee.

^JB-i^i0"it to Jail.
I have this day received "in- the Jail of
'.i .Fauklmn county, two Negroes, committed
g.rhna.w a~y slaves4,:',inswerinig the follow-
I ng- esuriptipn..: One says h is nate'is JAMES" a
.dark m-tatto, aged about 30 years, about 5 feet
.irI ncs-tall, walks iee an(.lwears a black hat.
T .he othe, a blc k,arerAbout"2r5 years, says his
,"e i.LL[AM','-about f feet 4'inches .high,
-"! thick St, t-^jdk 1 i%, stoops alfttle in walking
++ an'+d r. a ap.- Said :negroes bad with. thelmn
-wben ta.en 't, a paperpurporting to, be a pass
?igoed Swnuel i -and dated st January3
laS4 g;Th' s: ir nster lives tifin Baer -ouni-
Ity, Ga. -Any persN 6laimIhg said negiOs will.:
Pleas .' fr. a PF'.-0P rp'ertv..payectarges,7
and take'themw' ,1 j., ,SHEARD,:
'an 8, 18.14.. 4 m-, 1 m Sh'ffFranklin CO.,
fe j. *A fine milch COW and CALF for sale
{low,'apply to FARRIOR & CO.,
jyl : No.-44.-Waterst.,
ALARGE as~sortmenftof Negro Shirts and TVou-
s ers, just received by '
".. ,, ,! .-MILLER ,&,Co.


I TVST ARRIVED-,and.:now landing from schr.'
{ 5 Bbis W white Be:nis, ;- .'/. ';: "
." .20 mdo dri,-d A apples, _-. '
.: 25. do. green do. --.. .. .
S 000 :lbs choice .family.butte in boxes con- "
S "' ining0,from 4 to 30 Ibs each, aQ1 LM
) Hr u-" e I.order', '. ', + :*'
.000Jteet w.'ite pine boards, 'for sale by -
"* decli S DILL & Cb. 29 Watert"'-

M-AEli f~l: EU -NLLilCHllE

,*P O F,-O APALACTUCCLA.... ..Jan. Sitl.

~-pl-~LJI~ IIIC-l-__ I.~ ~e~L~I~II~L~I p-. -I-

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r sr- ~~~---ra -lr~e~s~L----R~ c~~~smr~~lm~oa rra~l -*_1C-.~-~c~

-- ~6~CL~e~I

"-- :OR, LIVERPOOL.- Biifish "'b'e?
R-OBERiT .WrATTS, JohljU'oq, masti,,,;iq
Snow ds'chargisa,_aand.'w,'ll'be'readvtoQ
jreceie~fre-ii.ht m a lew da.sfor .Whbich,?4pi.to
.. d e :.-? -+. r-.. :.i .*-:,.,,.. J' .-.I Y Co i, .-,

\.[ Greewvood& El4is,
..... "- ,-- M IERCHANTS, .. ; -
.:,..' .. Colnll iu- G eorgia. ":. .
{(1 Liberal advances made upon Goods consigr
. : ed'to is. janS 51

Sw..rd Dill. :. A F Parler.
- '; ;'**Sewardl DiiI:I ilol ^ .; -**
. ' / ....' No. 29 W dte~r st,'eeL. +
-Liber-il .aldvanc-s made' on all conaignments,
'andbusine, eitr tedito then Will be
f"+9 '] promptly attended to ',
"Rgffvs,' ..-.'.A.x 'R. E.D, Boston. "
- ..C. RY, 0 COOK, Portnlld, Me. i':++
-*l:"+:=- S.'.LC."'AV I, TITR, H lowetl. /
: Apalachic,,la. A-\ ^_.l. 'Iv

. .-:.-+., + .< L WT. Spraill, .. .. -
.W ILL. for, tlie_ ft, resid"'inIl this oi('.. '_ll
S who have eorniri1,ted legal busihet.;s to hHiq
care-w-bile a-resident o1" Quincv. will pleitwe ad-
dress him at this place. He wKl(-16otiuiie o', regau-
lar-attendance upon the-'eourts of k-:,n and
,Gadsdens ciri$ ,ies, and th-e Co'il 0f_ AppeMS al-i
Tul-ulaha-ee.- :," .. .
Oltic- over W. A.`-Wo,(d', No. 23 WVta, tlTeel.
... A l:.di tf liicola Jan ., -1844. "
S,,. XList of Letters. +,. +*
'' ''.." Apalacliicola,'Jan. 1st, 1,S44. .i
{( .Person-? enquiring for any of the following' ledt4
,*; TT wilt pleffse say, "the, are advertisedP t '
+:Arnol. Justice... .. Larig. Calt.vin. ... r
AshleyCaptH Low -),ra a. / ,
Angrup ThA b., ? .; /; Ijires_,.J .
-Baker Capt S C McKinne\V.B ;
Beadle Henrv. Mars WVn"N:;o --'i
.... ].,~d 1 Mis$ A R-. .. hbltons E F
.:Bascv.,m Ca'pt.Ely ..',-M a\veyA., *.,'- 4 ;
B "Btrrett Judah ,:7 .' hMillen B. P ,_:i "': !
-Brooks H p.., ^f7.e. ".MeDermott ;M)?--. !
7 Ba'tcheldn;Au d 2t Moore -Thos H ;.'-.
', +-Ba,.1rmu NS2 -. : ;:,. McKage E -. .-+i
+Brown (apt DW 1 :) ',.. Maider 6'.n .y + *. i
Brigs (J'E ", 0 ..-"i, .Nestur W\.m .;.,,,;i: {
-Bowden,,Ed,.- ". ..-,-Newton -0,.* ;.-.-S '*
bIBrOdie &: Howles .._ On" Hl S ., ".S e :.
:'-Coker Drt~y ,.. ,... Parsons"Ca! J-.--.,..
i CoWle'Ed- ;. Parker R L ,..: .
BCloud J B ..Page. E W- ; r : \
CorleyA.J 7, .: Patrick .Wm .-2
Chr.cihill Capti H 31 .+PricqJoh- ,
Caters-J F Rndy Peter >, "*y- .
Ca.rCaptB.... t ,, .Rodiwvy Jas .-:.7
(- h ,; ,,, "i. ,,: 3 +'* -. i -; R an ny, Johlii ; /'.--* ,
,Chase-C'ai L .3 .... S sB 'i ; '
"Campbell M' R 'y ,vmond Henry- ';.
DevanportAl .isls .. ,: Riiehardt Thios ':
..D,,inhiafi S :H -. ,:... Rowland Isaac B'i:^, :
MW... sM Asn W ., ;. RileA Miss MAanr .
S v D;..NS .. S:Spinney Jb- 3, ;-
?L+D Jnrore 8 ,:.. Sellers A 'G i;: -:-
D]is IV S \. -..:"-, "., Scott Milton ,-;
+ Davis Ceore ..+ Smith Ca'fcHt. H ;
Everlei:hC -apt NW.2 Smith Levi.
b lo)1 (Id it'....
Fitz~eral d d : : .... Stt,-see:n M ,--v- .-
Ford John :., ;"..SadSd S A i
Eraser: Gei-r..'; + -,. : i s tD n~r as zekiel .*: :
6:. Gould W B. : "* .Stark;-W -H-:., ..
-.Guerhart.Andre ;. Taylor Chas -
Gerhe'rd.- Andrew Thorton RIt
Girt E A-1-t .... Titu J G : /' i
.-. Gilmer Q G_-, ." ; ',.- Terrv yThos A -2.'
Gray Jn0T :+ ^, "e,, H W 5,; --,
; Gurley N ..5.'.: .. .rThio lpsn W -, ....
Heigt GM- Thomas G 0
HaleyGM ,,=.vVentris NIG .
.Halevy Cap-t AV S ,'_,-.Wordin'C W :. '
Hogue S S aee Wilcox Capt 1h
K ennderson Jos- *: I, ". ilbar Capt R N--,!.,
Hiibbaird Capt N ,.. Webster DavMId *',, ;
HrmMjJ Wise Capl t-J L V '
Jacksonl Jno heto B B 3
JenklnN--E B 11* liegfun R S
JJoniiansi Ezekiel Wakelv <)
Kb-shb"Ann R I 01k (a'pt G R1*
Knous-a IW-K Zakee.vN XVilhelm
Kennedyv Thc~s I. B BALTZ E LL, 1). AM.


_-^,' FOR PROVIDENCE.- The Baigque
J ` JrHN BrowvER, Suttonj' a'ter, Wl. /
[ iaS&, have immediate despatch.. 1.r lyelgbt -.
K- ,ian' THO ... M tii CWL+.r ,
+q+ xIs.s,-a-,a'. apply to v. t ..

FOR NEWI.-Y101K'-Te'barque.E-
,-"x^ _rNER, StelVens, masfer,t havingg mo,. of
h-f.r < v.-ca; rg o e,,gaged,_ il l-ye .. _despat h. .
Fuc lIltah oce of flreighlt, ap;)pl,, toq, .. -
irfis CHARLES T .OGERSM: ;..-
gO FOR N-- o b...k-. s
"p ^ tday ne'rx/-Tbe brig CAWL_'Nigr.; -
P-LATT, Rce, plaster, having .ftylt 1 cajo
en..gagd -dr,n ,nin4 _on board, wvill sa.as "
Fitreek'frei'ht ,r p.ssage,! apptyt -t ,: "
.5 -qcKAY.&,.-HARTSHORNE:,
: "-.- t : .40'rater st.- -
^^_ 41, 'Yfc ORK--; rekiVA-c9ppered 71
..-hliip._ ANtI..w SCOTT, ieryty mstfe, -
'.hlt half he6'cargo engg.,ed and going
on board. For balance 'vf ireight apply to ".
: ''BENJAMiN :SA.kTL- ,.' i
i. jan's "-, 50 %Vaf ft-', t, .:.-
: r F OR NEW YORK- e.t.n e coperq d
^^ bark lERsKsY, Tucker, master, haginost
, -.o h er carro entaaed and going on board,;
-lor balance of frei ht apply to 't "
-,.... ,. ":B.En^A MIN, SAI R.'.. '>-
-- aec25 3t :-- :=7 5.-Waterst. -
;^-, FOR NEW YORK:--Thfi'fim -faw- "
.^^^ sAiing o~pper and copper- fastened J ^
C E A\9L~i MAC srw Pac k9rd m6 i~feir.For'
,,. li- .-. -a ;... -apply to W A.' W .OD, -
d'cl.. .. : [ ^ :1 '23 Wvater st."


" itLS-I O,' kegs Sweeds Tron Cut NaiJ, ,
[ ^ Juist .reeied a d foti sad i. s ..... '+.-.
7 *.'7 t,"- C:.H. AUsTIN, ... ;
'O N consirinment and f-,r sale low lr cash--
i'-'44 ba,- ct,.Pe; 5 t s" besToacco.
+,' .+. ( 1" q c' casks Sherrv; ,5 qr d "'\' do
;,[^t^.^^O bi:askets ChariPagne; '
.,. : 21 china canisteva Gu_.ipowder and Hvson
. ,. Teas; by :NOURS;E STONE,."
1 deciS "' 46_; wm ter sL. ,
M OLAS'SES--5.0 bts .New Ori'Ieans;" l'Io sae..
d'ecl14 'IV A WOOD, ,23 water st. ,

- -~i -rl------~lllbs~CI_~_~--~





;E-W, YORK-Per bar, ne G-qentlemnm-25 rons
marble, 1 pipe, 6 bbl gint, 10 bxs soap to ordpr.
.Per brig Florida-S pklgs mdze to D G Raney;
1704,,do M L Talor; -2 do -J Reese; 21: do Harper
Sploimes; 1 do W A Wood; 3 d, Rgers Nick-
ersoti; 44"-do -Roberts, Allen.& co,; t3S do Capt
Cr&ce'h'lJh)'d P Hobar;.4 dIo Hill, Dawson &
co; 1 do't L Nfitcliell 1 do6 R1 MaN; 5 do J,Day
c6; 6 do Thaver &, Ki-elev; 103 du Green, &
Connery; 3 do h (.3 Ropes; 7;do,Kiib,';:hirh &
W Ridg'.v.w; -I d,_, McKaI & I-artshornr; G.1 do D El-
lison & co; 7 ,d.1 I-Rl'will.>n &. Butt; 5 Preston ,;
dcp --._t1aelay: 3'3 l d,:, J p't '5 S. B Hamilton; -Pjl do to
?-":" -' order.' '',- ; < .. 1
Per ship Floridian--l1 pk1)s C; l ~ fo'-Eiv
& Hartsihurne; 21. 'do S q'Aittlhel; 9 dlo) J DaN' k cl",
66 do fHarper & Huolhes" 1 do N W E\Vele'i,"i 11
dr'BSSFlakv~ey; 4) do H R Ta,.l..;r &a-cf., 6I: do
Lof-khart''& Youn.,'*2'Preston. Maclay; 8 do
P -lribt & co,; *24j, A"e- r, &I J o'n.-s; 3-4W m .G
"Morter &a'-6;"l./ dnH V Nan'c; 1ii do W T.
bWbod;: 9EP do T L Mif'h~el: S do \V A WV,-.od; 3 dd
""kimbrough'& Rid'&wa'.N -20 do W\ S Demarel; CS
do D-B {Vobd &., co; I do IV A & P C Kain; 10
Capt Pealt; I) do Mfoore &- McKenzie.
i W:WE, OR-LEANS-Per seh-1 Sw,li,-w--i0 selks"
eoft'e,'23:hlihds and 8 bbl': Suiigof, 2.5 b'bjt do, mols.-_es, :3, do tour. ]1 eo:-l-. (I?,-+. 2 [if
bbta.n.,mte'e,-et, to Kimbrotb;& Rh 3_ \A)\bls
Whiiakey 63 do molas3e, 25 (io flour, IS'd,-o Sular,
l0tgs lard, 4 hl' 1:4i,, cranbertiei,. t'o Dodze ,:
-;rdnel: 20 bbis -molasiei 20 do whiiskev- 20 do
floorr 10 du bee, 3 ca+J/-:" baco, to A" A Wood; I
"- hlid suligr. 5 bibl?' -ih ass.v, Adn fl ,r., 6 do whis-
-- kpN 3 ca:-tks baico,,n, to H.trr.er &L ,.. ... h ,-i s
sugnr 10 1Ll-7 whiskev,.. 10 ke.i,-lar'd, 2 bhlds bacon,
-:to..Scbtiiflr 1.2 llihds ba-ci,:,' to T H &- C1 H Ais-
S.tl 9 hdn su;r..t+o J Dav Co; 13 pk.;5 ndxz,:. to
"Preston4 M.&:I'hay; 47 do W S De-l m1.'-{; 21 dro H
P .f'aylor &.k: Co; .165 do -YTreeii L- C't,wii .. 22 do
.'Hif. D~y~n'^-Co;12 do Lojeldlecri X NY.k1.1112.

Alexandria Lottery.
To be dra., crv i/ottea'ndlria, D. C'., Jan. II, 1 t3.
15 Drawn NOs. in each pa.tckage of 25 ticket.
': [' : P 1 P R [ che me. Lla0;00 .' .I *: ,,
"1 ." PR IZE ()F.. .-$30,000,.... ........ ),000
S r. 71.... "' L ;.+.:.++ ..-0,00. ....... ....0 o,o0 o
.... 1.'. i. .', ,:... '. :, :.. ,5 )00 ....... -.. 4 ,5000
', : '. 0;.;. .4 ... .4.... ,..,. o.000
"'. ;-,;iO ** Prizes -i-^-f ;3, 4 0. I n 9 re.,' 1.-0. 400
S 1\ l v.;. -' '. .. .. .' ,0 0. .. . .. .2 ,0 0 0
:" l.. 1. .:-'. !. :.*;,. ..1,50 .- ... 1 5
--+ O i of. .. .... ,OO
1' ; O.,0 ...... ..; ....5,0. .... .:.. a r .. .5,000
., +' r17.. .,....: :. ... .< ..a0.. .... .".. 3,00o
5,9 00 -, 5. 12. ...0.... ... 5.iS

127,0...... .... ........... .3,000
5,94 .. .... ... ,. .. .0 .... ..'... 1 ,0
120,)''j .*^ ,* ... .. -L. a***** 0 ,6000

33,303 Prizes..... i ,:,unting to -:540,',)
"\,'Tickets ..1-,sharmes in proprtion. :.
r-F.or -;lee at tbe. Agency Of "- : .; -/" ... :
'.,,.X.,G, GREGORY SL CO, Manaw)e-,'- ;:
.. ... !.':-/:.: + ,. ,*. .;..i .-;:, .+ 27 W ater-street.
Apalachicola, Jan -I, 1"F,44.

UGS AND JARS.-A very large lot of Jugs
and Jars of all sizes and descriptions, for sale
low if applied for soon. ',
dec4 40 Water st.

F"OR SALE-150 pcs Kentucky Bagging;
150 coils Kentucky Bale Rope;
35 bbls Northern Flour;
10 hhds St. Croix Sugar;
150 bags Rio and Java Coffee;
10 tons assorted Swedes Iron;
100 kegs cut nails; by

HAVE on hand a good supply of Saddles, Bri-
dles &c. of various kinds and of the best qual-
ity, which I will sell at lower rates than they ever,
were sold for before in this place. Call and see
them at 42 Water street, up stairs.

B ACON-10 Hhds Sides,'
6 do. Hams,
Just received and for sale by
T. H. & C. H. AUSTIN,
dec7 3t 50 Water st.


41 water st.

CASES Thick Boots, 3 do thin do,
5 do Russet and Black Brogans,
1 do Ladies' Shoes, of various kinds,
For sale low by S PILL & Co.
janl 29 water st


C HOICE Champagne, Port, Madeira and Sher-
ry Wines, Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin, and
Monongahela Whiskey, for sale by
decl8 : 40 Water st.

C IGARS.-A superior article of Havana Re-
galia Cigars, for sale by
jani 27 waterstreet.

' ~' '" '' C; ......

i i I _L

. '- 1 4


S ... Receiver's Sale.
Benjamin F. Nourse, adminis-'
; trator, (de bonis non,) of es-
tale of 0 C- Raymond, dee'd
complainant. -IN CHANCERY
VS. v .' '. _:* -''
A Abraham K Allison, surviving
-' partner, Barker, etal.
r IN pursuance of a decretal order, : made in the
!, Above named case, December 7th, 1843, by the
1 Honorable Judge of the Superior Court in and fo
Franklin County, sitting as a Court of Equity, and
b by virtue of the powers, thereby vested in me, I
8' shall on Saturday the-second dav of March next
t'.' proceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest
shar on ature y f heolldowingarhex
bidder, the following described property to wit:-
L. Lot No. (5) five, in block D 1., situated on
Water street, in the City of Apalaehicola- iirth
i feet front by eighty teeth *deep, having thereon a
brick store of three stories.
Also, Lot No. (13) thirteen, in block D I.. sit., a
ted on Commerce street in said city, thirty) fF(
S' front by eighty deep, having thereon a brick build
ing of one story, known as the "Phoenix House."
The title To be conveyed by-this sale being -all
t- the right, title and interest of 0 G Rayniond. la'te
.. of said county, and A K Allison, in and to Aic
property. .. /'
Ter.ns:-One-fourth cash, and'ihe remainder ir
i" sx, twelve and eighteen months, with goodjoint
and several notes for security, satisfact-ory' to the
Receiver, and no title to be gtven uiltil said notes
shall be all paid.
BENJ. F. NURSE, Receiver.
M. A. MYERS. Auctioneer.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. / jyl 3m
A In Jackson Superior.Court.
James Boon,) .
Piety Boon. ) ; .
IN this asie it is ordered, that unless the said
J defendant-do appear within three months and
*answer or demur, to complainant's hill tiled, that
., the same will be'taken pro confesso, and lthe
.: matters therein contained decreed accordingly.
,-: :. : ;- *BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.-
YONrGi. & TAYi.OX, Conpt's Sol's.
-.. Marianna, Dec. 7, 14-13. decll Lw3m
Franklin Superior Courl.
,William" Lawrence, Conipl't,) Bill for Divorce.
fl ; '- vs. : December Term,
'!Elizaheth Lawrence, DefIt. ) 1843.. -
S AME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
G v/ peanrg to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the Terri-
tory of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be-
fore the expiration of Three calendar month fromthe
date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of
complaint, or the same will he taken pro confesso.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this 'order
be published, in the Commercial Advertiser for'
three months consecutively.
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
MasEs, Solicitor. ; Clerk. J
Franklin Superior Court.
"Maria'Fredericks, q)IN EQUITY,-
"v'." Petition for Divorce.
Daniel M, A.' Buschendorf.1 "
-N reading, the foregoing petition, and it ap-
0 peariiig that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf re--
sides beyond- the limits of this Territory--It is
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the
facts, as charged'in 'the petition, on the second
Monday, of iMiaic,.1844, at \palachicola, m the
County of,Franklin, and;'that this order be pub-
lished? in one of the public newspapers in th is
Territory. for the space;of three months before:
the time aforesaid.
Judge Apalachicola District.
HAwcrs-, Solicitor.
^...Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 1S-13. 44-3m
.:.: Franklin Superior Court.
,,' z, John Banks, ..
';-.; ^ s.'ATTACHMENT~
.Benjamin.W. Walker and- for-' .$jS50- 00
John'H.'Watson, execu- -Returnable to DeI-
:; tors of tlie last Will and member Term,
; Testament, of James' C. 1843.
Watson, deceased.:.
The defendants and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit,
and they are required to appear and plead accord-
igto law.
Nov. I1 41 3m Atty's for Pl'flr.
.' Territory of Florida.
George M T~illinghast,y ,- ;,..
E. D. Hul~dbut & Co.- )Atacmn"
rjHE defendants and all others interested will.
J^take notice that Hiram .Nourse will be exam-
ined in behalf of plaintiff, im the city of Apad-t'
chicola, on ,7:". -* day of November next.
": i ; YOUNG & TAYLOR, Att'ys for pl'ff.
M arianna, Pet. 7, 18413. el-l-4mr
J! acksoH superior court.
Matilda L.: Pinkard,> )'"-
vs. > Bill for Divorce.
Peyton H. Pinkard. j "=
THE defendant will take notice that on the
: -third Monday in Nov'ember next the plaintiff
Wilt proceed to take the depositions of" Shephard
Stone at the Coprt House in the town of Marian-
ria, at which timie and place the said defendant
may attend if he sees fit to do so.

S. : A. H. BUSH, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Marianna, Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4m

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2000 lbs Extra White Lead,

No. 7 Eldridge street, New York.h,
o(l For further information, apply at thig.
Office ; : novl8 1m /' "

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Jackson Superior Court.
.Rebecca' Stevens, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Cutting G' Stevens. .
THE defendant will take notice that on the
third- Monday in November next, the plaintiff
will proceed to take the depositions of James H.
Parker and Walter J. Robinson, Ellis Davis, and
Eliza Davis. The deposions of James H. Parker
and, Walter J. Robinson will be taken at the
Court House in Marianna; those of Ellis Davis
and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Roche
in Washington county. The defendant may at-
tend and cross-examine said witnesses if he sees
fit to do so. A. H. BUSH, Pl'ff's Att'y.
Marianna, Oct. 5, 18,3. o14-4m


Shiip "Cha-ndlery. ".;;
HAMBROLINE, Honceline.' Wormline, Rat-.
line, Marline, Hraid Lead Lines, Pendaini
Halyard Lines, Log Lines, Sp,,nyam, Packing
Yarn, Oakum, Sein Twine, Sail do., Boix Hooks,
Bale do. Boat do. Can do. Spikes, Marline do,
Scrapers,. Making Irons*, Ca,,lking do. Caulking
MIall-, isHand Pumps, do. SpikR, do. Lead, Deep
'Sea L~ads, Capstan Bars, Coin. Sheaves, Block
.Pins, Deck Buckets, do. Brooms, Sheaths anf.
!Belts, Mounted Palms, Punp Leather, Rigging:
do. Common Tar, Coal do. TDrpentine, Pilch,,
Varnish, Paints, Oils, Liuseed Oil, Cordage,
For sale by AW. A. WOOD,
dec25 23 Water Ft.
mnBBLS Canal Flour,
10 40 kgs GoshenButter, .
50 bbls Navy and Pilot Bread,
Landing from ship Liverpool, and for sale by
dec25 J. DAY & Co.

Franklin Superior Court.
Louisa W. Sprowl, ) IN CHANCERY,
Crawford Sprowl. Bill for Divorce.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the, Court,
that Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limits
of the, Territory of Florida-It is therefore Or-
dered, that publication be made for three months,
notifying the defendant, Crawford Sprowl, to ap-
pear at a Court to be held in Apalachicola on the
first Monday in December next, to shew cause, if
any there be, why the divorce as prayed for in
the Bill, should not be granted.
Judge of the Apalachicola District.
Apalachicola, June 2, 1843. je 14 3m
'A LARGE assortment of Negro Shirts and Trou-
AtL sers, just received by
nov20 N. MILLER & Co.











United States of America.
The President of the United States:
To the .M1arshal of the Jlpalachicola District,
W HEREAS, Samuel Alsardi has exhibited a,
W 'Libel in the United States District Court
sitting as a Court of Admiralty, alleging, and
propounding-That he is entitled to compensa,
tion for salvage in saving the schooner William
R. Daffin, lately, driven. ashore in a gale of wind
in the harbor of St. Joseph. .
We command y6u that you attach, seize and
take into custody, the schooner William R. Daffin,
her apparel, tackle and furniture, commiunded b'
Edward B. Jenkins and now lying in the Port of
Apalachicola, and safely keep the same to answer
the libel of Samuel Alsardi. And whereas, the
; Judge of the District afresaid hath ordered and
directed this writ to issue for all persons con-
cerned to appear at the city of Apalachicola on
the second Monday of' AMurci h ext, and show
cause, if any they'have, why judgment should not
pass as prayed. You are therefore hereby autho-
rised, empowered and strictly enjoined peremp-
torily to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever
having, or pretending \to have, any right, title,
claim or interest in or to the'said schooner labelled
against as albresaid, by publicly affixing a copy of
this monition on the main-mast of the said schoon-
er, and publishing the same in 'sme newspaper
published inesaid city for 'at least fourteen days
before the return day thereof, and by all lawful
means whatsoever whereby this monition may be
made most public and notorious, to be and ap-'
pear belbre the Judge aforesaid at the time and,
place aforesaid, and also to attend upon every'-
session to be held thereand from thence until a
definitive sentence shall be read and promulged
in the said business inclusivelv, if any of them
shall thp-k it their duty so .tbdo, to hEar, abide
by and perform all and singular such judicial acts
as are necessary to be done and expedited in the
premises, and further'to do and receive what unto
law and justice shall appertain, under the -pain
of the law and contempt thereof, the absence and'
conturtmcy of them and ever of them notwith-
standing. And whatsoever you shall do in the
premisesvyoli shall duly certify unto tlie-Judge
afbresaid at the time anrd place'aforesaid together
with these presents.
Witness the Hon'l Samuel Carmack, Judge of
our said District Court, this -26th day of Decem-
ila l Clerk.


U. S. Ma rshal's Sale.
Samuel St. John, )
Bank of Pensacola,
B-Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa., from Jackson
SD superior Court to me directed, in favor of
Samuel St. John, vs. Bank of Pensacola,. I will
offer for sale at public outcry at. the Court House
door in the City of Apalachicola, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., on Monday the 8th day of January next,
Lot number (8) eight,- in block C., front range,
agreeably to a map of the city of Apalachieo-la,
Together with all the appurtenances and buildings
thereunto belonging. 'Said premises being now
in the occupancy.of Kimbrough &'Rid.-wav.
I ROBERT lY ERS, U S M8Iarshal.
Apalachicola, Dec. 7th, 1S43. d-7 lm
U. S. I1la'sihal's Sale.
BY VirtuL of three wr.,its of fi fa, issued from the
.S_,perior Court of Franklin County, to me
directed, one in favor of John Hardin, one in favor
of Benito T. Car, aand one in favor of Isaac S
Jacques vs.` the Southern Life/"Insurance and
Trust Comrpany, I will ofler for' sale at public
outcry, at the court house door in the city of Apa>
lachico-a, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday
in February next, fractional lot number (-9) nine,
in block D). front range, agreeably to-a map of
.said city, tog,.-ther with all the buildings and ap-
purtenances thereunto belonging, Said premises
being the same known as.the office of the South-
,ern Life Insurance atnd Trust Company in Apa-
ljtchicola. ROBT. MYERS, ,
I ; IT, S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola.
Apalachicola, Dec. 11, IS43.

Warehouse Charges adopted by
the Cotton Presses.
.OTTON for storage will be received at the
C_, yard, and if compressed within one month
no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents
per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c. If
not compressed within one month, 20 cents per
bale will- be charged for storage, and 5 tents per
week thereafter. Time computed from date of
receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Coto
ton changing hands will in tall cases'be liable to
new storage from date Of'order infclusive.1. Turn-
ing out for, sampling or -weighing and fe-storing
same, S cents'pe bale. Wantages to be assessed
by the press when the cotto-r Comes' in aand the
amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re-
All cottons are required to -have six 'good and
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or'eotton ropes
will be considered unmerchantable and deficient;
All deficient- ropes will be charged at the rate of
12J cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of
25 cents per yard. i *
AA D6WNER, .4gent "
S .. "' for the "Swre Press. -
C. WILSON, Hydraulic PreSs.' -*
H G .' G U Y ON ; .. .. "
.Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola, Dec. ist, 1843. a7 tf
Fire and Innlanad. insurance, .
rPHE subscriber, i.ent ior the .Etna Insurance
J- Company, of Harttbrd, Conn., is prepared to
issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss
or damage on rivers, on favorable terms., The
capital of the'above company is larg-e and invested
in the safest possible manner, and-its settlement
of losses has-always been lrompt and liberal.
Dec 25 DAN'L J, DAY, Agent.
Marine and Fire lnsuurance.
rpHE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the
I Protection Insurance Company, of Hart'ford,
Conn., with full power to receive'proposals'.and
to isgue policies on as favorable ternmi? as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this con pan, for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is--
well known. DAN'Ll:- DAY,
decq') : *
Moot and Shoe Making.
Ji THOMAS CLARK having removed
_^^J I to the Store formerly occupied by J6-
t i'R Se-e p h -Sch-rod(t, respectfully informs the
^ citizens? of Apalachicola, and-the up-,
country that he will'--.attend to,the above-business
in all its branches. : ,French calf skin Boots made
to order. He hasalsoon hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots ,and Shoes, new and fashionable
style, which- will be sold as low for cash as- in any
house in the city. :"- oct. 2'8.
N" OTICE.-The Subscriber having 1,een ap-
I pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMBER for the
County of Franklin, will be -thankffl for a sliare
of the public patronage. '* _
ApniachiculalNov. lsti 1843. nlm ...
OTICCE-JOHN LTICAS, Inspector and mea-
to merit und rCLive a .-;l`Iare -f patron e;-.-
d e 4 t f : ,* "
W "M. G. PORTER & CO., otfr t,,r sale a large
and well selected stock or' DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
,Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kersevys
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
F.6eian and Domestic Prints; :
Bleac-,id-a |n bleached Sheetings';
S : O "' : Shirtings
,Cotton Osnaburgs; I
And every other article in their' line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y'

"for the angel ofdeath spread his wings on ^te
And breathed in the face of mankind as he passed.'
That the first symptoms of sickness, com plaint or
disease, has an origin which requires but little at-
tention to overthrow the first cause of il Ineg.
At this season of the year when the organic state id
of the body opens the system in. a premonitory
way for the speedy: gathering o- Matters whiwc
endin CAUSES beyond, the approach of medil
cine, and finally terminates in DEATH. ".
How necessary is it then-that mankind shot
become aware, of .the s aegiard which; can Id
thrown around them at a moments notice wWtd
attacked by CHILLS, COUGHS, and COLDS?
Simple as such complaints may appear at first
sigh t, t hey are the mere precursors of that disease
whicii.ends in CONSUMPTION.
Why then will people be blind as to the propsr :
.course which they should pursue when the "An.
gel of death spreads his wings on the blast."
_Awake at once to thee :necessity_ of preservin;. '.1
life and health, if you have a severe cold, fly t
that famous remedy, and use > ,
'::--! 'J- PEASE & SO6S i->,.--^' V''
.- Compound extract of Hoarhound, now Tecog-
nized as the. only curasive in preventing Con-:
sumption. : : *,
Its merit is-testified by thousands, and the whole
United States bear record of its virtues. Sold
wholesale and retail by J. Pease & Son. "
For saleby B. S. HAWLEY, Sole agent. "

THIS fine Herbal Medicine has scarcety been
.1. introduced int0 the United States six months,
yet in this'short space of time, without any extra.-
ordinary exertions on the part of the -Proprietors
its sale has increased-with such rapidity, (especial!
Iy in the South,, it ,being peculiarly"adapted to
Southern climateS,) that then- most sanguine ex-
pectations have been more than realized, and the
efficiency of the Medicine established on a sure
footnig. For congestive aind intermittant fevers
fever t ague, and all diseases of the kind, it is a
most certain cure. .:' .
Small boxes 25 cents. Large 50'cents '".
For sale by -.-B. ELLIS, 28 Water ST.,
A 1 iSole'Agent for the Pioprtetors, -,_
Apalachicola, Dec. 14th, 1843 .. _
200 Dollars Reward.
." RANAWAY from the subscriber somc
- time in January last, two negro fellows-,
ALBERT and JOHN. Albert is a'square
"'a-1" stout" well built fellowabout 27_years of-
age, 4 feet 6 inches high, will weigh )'pim 165 to,,
175 poumds, rather bow legged, dark complexion,
has rather a down look when spoken to. John is-
a stout, full-faced fellow, dark complexion, about
'5 years old, has a defect in his eyes, about 5 feet
1., or -, inches high. The above negroes are well
,-n "me ,,<-';nboritviy of-St. Jovseh and.
lola, having been employed on the Rail"MaA for
seVeral years. I have reason to believe that the
negroes are harbored in the neighborhood of ola o
I will give the above reward foithe apDrehension
of the said negroes and lodgement in any jail so
that I get them, with proof to conviction that they
have been harb',,rt~d by any white persK:kn: or I
will give One Hundred Dollars lor the two ne&
(Troes, or -seventy dollars for Albert and tbirfv-
4dliars Tor-John,- ia ten' up and lodged in jail soft
tbatl get them.- JOHN A. GR AY.
Maton, Ga., Nov. .22,;1843. dec4w'U16
-_ -, 1Francis Kopman, L
TM'_~.13 -in qh-c-, .Dry 'Goos. Clothing, 11ats, Caps, Saddles-,
&c., Chestnut street, Apalachicola --has on hand
and is constantlyi'eeeiving additional supplies to
his assortment il the above line, suitable for both
city and country trade. -: -i. 'I. ,
Just arrived and discharging per ship Liverpoolg
from New York, several cases of Merchandise,
containing Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
&c., all of which are oflnred ancitwill be soldat -
the very lowest market price for ,CA4! -
one efitire ca.se assorted ToYs of every" variety,
snitabte for Chri.-tmas and New Year's gifts for-
children. .: 4- : decl,'_tf
LEVER LO('KS.--Mechanics are resipectfullv
reqt,:sted to call at No. 27 Water street, ana^
examine samples, of the Lever Locks, a Izrte in-
vention, and far superior to any locks now in useo;
Agents for the Boston Lever Lock Co-
Apalachicola, Oct 28, 1845. -i ;
SPECTACLE GLASSES.--Con~ex and ..on.
0D ;cave Spectacle Glasses, suitable for all ages, '
and for persons having Weak eyes, tted at short
notice by "D. H. PALLAIS, Watch-maker,
Nov *2 42 if- Chesnutst. -Apalachicola
M Musical inistrniinenfti.:>,
A "SPLENDID collection of" Sheet Music, Cn-"
.1_sisting of Songs, Marches, Quick Steps, &c. "\
for the Piano Forte, including Russe|'s celebrated
songs. Also, Guitar Music, and instruction bodes
for Violin,.FInte, Clarionett, &c: ... ;

Also, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Violin and Goi- :
tar strings, Clarionett reeds, Tuning forks, Piano \"
Forte keys, Violin bows, bow hair, bridges, &c. -
Also, Agency for selling Chickering & Co's i-
Piano Fortes. B. ELLIS,
dec4 2S Water st.
--jacK Screws.
PATENT im proved American' JACK SCREWR-
for Ship use and .various other purposes
manufactured of various sizes and power, lbr_Cat---
ton, Tob.acco, ,Planking,.. Presses,_fRail-Roads, t
Timber Merchants, Steam BoilertBuilders, &c.
Also, superior Iron Clamps for Ship Builders.
For sale by ,

Constable's Sale.
NOTICE.-By virtue of two fi fas from the
Justice's Court of Franklin county, in favor
of Albert Dean vs. L. A. Phelps and. Ed. J' Sa-
gendorf, I have levied on the steamboat ,,"Fanny"
as the property of said defendants and will pro-
ceed to sell their interest in the same at 11 o'clock
a. m. on the first Monday in February next, in the
city of Apalachicola. J. W.'HAMMOND,
Apalachicola, Dec. 26, 1843, Constable.,


In the I.S. District Court,
For the dpalachicola District of Florida:-
SAMUEL GAINER, of Washington county,
_ and said district, having filed a petition pray-
ing for his discharge and certificate as a Bank-
rupt, It is- ordered that cause be shown before the
Court, on the first Monday in February, 1844, at
fO o'clock, A. M., at the Court House, in Mari-
anna, why Samuel Gainer shall not receive his
discharge and certificate as'a bankrupt; and that,
notice thereofbe published in some public news-
paper, published in said district, for and during
the period of seventy days before the said day of
hearing. (A copy teate.)
MariannaOct 24,1843. 42 ; Atty's for Pet.


N OTICE.-A11 persons having claims against
Ft rederick L. Ming, late of-Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same, duly
authenticated within ihe tune prescribed by [a%;,'
or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate are reciiiesated to
make immediate payment to the subscriber.
:: __ ^" USAN A. MING, Adm'x.
Marianna, Dec. 9, 1843.
N OTICE-Six weeks after date I sblwH apply
to the Honorable tlre- Judge of the county
court of Franklin county, for letter- of Adminis-
tration on the estate of Amory Rogers, late of
said county deceased."
AXalachicola, Jan..lst,.I5ll4. jan1l5t

Valu xe- -p.j.ortq for. Sale.
I -N the Apalach-icola j %,aevr,5 _i.-are-r-oT-
0.7 land, embracing the lower |part of Mercra-
rity's Reserve (C)- on Forbes Purchase, and run-
ning East and South so as to embrace also Estifa-
nulga Bluff This property contains the richest
tHamnrmock land on, the river, as well as the most
productive arable Pine lands. It has on it Estifa-
nulga Bluff, being the only good Steamboat land-
ing for many miles above or below it, and which
as a location for a wood-yard is most valuable.-.
It also possesses a water power of great vA _,,,f
Estifanulga Creek, where a saw mill might be,
erected of any power, there being plenty of water
in the stream at all seasons, the advantages of
which may be imagined from its vicinity to the
large and growing city of Apalachicola. This
property will be sold very low for one-third cash,
and the balance one and two years, notes secured
by mortgage on the property.
Also for sale`6n reasonable terms, lot number
two in block B, first range, on Water street, and
lots 8, 9 and 10, in block 25, in the city of Apa-
Deeds with general warrantee will be executed
to the purchasers in the appropriate plan;so that
this last will apply to the lots and land likewise.
Apply to T. Beatty, Monticello, Fkl., or to Thos.
Baltzell, Esq. Tallahassee, Fla.

NT'yrICE-Six month- after date I shlMl apply
2- to the Judge.of the' County Court for Frank-
lin county, foi letters of dismissing from the ad-
mini.ktration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late
-of said count deceased.
Dec 25, 1843.- .... B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.

N" O'FICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap-
ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court
flor tle"county-of Franklin, for letters of Dismis-
sion from 'the estate of Alexander Crook, late of
said county, deceased.
Nov.30, 13B13. -15 Administrator.

Saddlery Saddlery !*
HAVING made, arritnhenien ts with one of. the
best and most extensive Saddlery Establish-
ments at the North, f'cr a supply of SADDLERY
during the season, I fAall return in the Fall with
stock of superior,,
Various styles aid patterns. Also, Harness, Bri-
dles, Mart inaia'-s, Collars, and a general supply
-of necessary articles usually kept in the line. ..
, The subsc,' ber will also keep'his usual supply
of Furniture', Chairs, Lookng-l;hsses,&c. "
Apalaflticola,.Sept. 2, 1843. .
G Goods for Cash.
T P3 iust,,pened ain assorted stock ofGoodds,
aoes-, ('Cambricks, Muslins,
., Cot,.4n Slirtirgs and Sheetings,
J"' Grn~;ialns, Cotton )snaburs,
A'Ke-ey, Jeians, Satinetts ari.- Linsevs,
4 a"lamdiels, Blankets, Cloth?, Cass'"-iere "
b ;Sh-.ts. asserted, Hiats, iad Caps,
.tSrvw B,,nnets,;
. lrdw\vare, Cutlery, anol Tinware.
'*T-h.~ Goods are sold on Coinnmission, anid will
lb (r ..yed at very low prices for tlire rr-adv moniev.
Ii ^f "--" _-13 Water st.
,^ Cabinset F uiniluneq
_-\DE t_-- ,r,,er, repaired, v.-irish.d, -.ld sofas
-,-,h,,olstered, Looking Gm s pk, tes. fitted to
rr,,y hP. HOBAIRT.
dtode,14 .4-2 Water st.
Kinsbro higlh & idgway,
*T .AVE i,|it received per sclir .emivle, and
-'. ol- ol.-r for ..i1-, lo\v-
J 1iO11 bhlss W\hisskey; 110._ bibs l Floulr;.,
C 0 on do Molassess; ",i. lce, Lard;
^@' lu hhids Bacon.

NOTICE..--Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge'of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, lor letters of Dismission from the
administration of the estate of Robert Robinson,
late of said county, deceased.
H. B. STONE, Adm!r.-
Apalachicola, Dec. 1, 1843. 6m
N OTICE-Six months after date I shall appl*v
to lthe Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
the estate of Courtland S. Thompson, late of said
County, deceased.
HARVEY WILLIAMS, Administrator.
Apalachicola, July -219, 1l-)43.
LIX MONTHS after date application will be
._ made to the Honorable the Jndge of the
County Court of Franklin Coiunty, fi:r Letters of
Dismissal on the estate of Will is Yon, deceased.
,Nov 11 4ismu '- -'" r__:, A.: G, SMITH. '

J. Stevenson & Co. '
_N ( ). 4-5 Water street, and one door East of the
Post Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale
a large and general assortment of Fancy and Sta-
ple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Bonnetts, Boots, Shoes,
and various articles, consisting in part of-
Black and blue cloths, cassirnere and vesting,
Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans,
Alouseline Delaines, Chusans and Alpaccas,
hlich fi-'d and strip'd Dress Silks,
Bhlu, bl'k and rich fig'd Sattins,
Earlston, Manchester &. domestic Ghinghans,
Embroid'd Merino, knit and p1'd wl'n shai'ls,
Mous,.Line Delaine and iancy silk d,'.
Jackorett, plaid, book and swiss MAIIsA9,
Flannels, iegri blankets and Kerse/,
1"2-4 Linen and cotton lonz cloth sheeting,
Foreign and Domestic Prints, a greatt variety,
5-4, 4-1, '7-1 .3-4 br'wn shirtilgs.Aird meetingss,
do. do. bleached do do.
Liwell, M. A clweter andtothere':otton osnablnurgi,
H.-avy Low,:-ll and Stark iMil's Drilling,,
WooIllen and ,coron l iser',..
Glvesi, c,-,rnbs, Ih,,ir-.rirse-;, fancy basket., _,
Boxes, coli n,, tys, etc. :_tc. <'
Florence lrai(.}, brilliaW' and other Bonnets, .
Russia, Rabbit-silk ain other Hats, ..
A n a ti po r trn e n t- o Br its a n d S hI ,- 's d e.1

New Goods.
H AVE just received a few peices plain and
figured Beaver Cloths ; Water-proof Tweed,
a beautiful article for sacks; Sportsman's Buttons,
large and small; Marsailes Quilts, very large;
7-4 colored Diaper for Table covers; Silk Coat
Cord; Brocade Coat Buttons, &c. &c. 10 cases
No. 10 Cotton Cards, very low-for cash. dec25




lbs No. 1 -White Lead, Linseed Oil,
" 2 ', Boiled,
" Imperial Green, Sperm Oil,
" Ground Verdigriss, Neats Foot Oil,
" Pruss. Blue, in oil, Spts. Turpentine,
" Chrome Green, do. Copal Varnish,
" Yellow, Japan "
" Chinese VermiIlion, Bright "
" Putty, Leather "
the barrel or gallon, just received a-ad for
ly B. S. HAWLEY,
;7 27.Witer st.

.MACKEREL-5 Barrels No. 1, T-
I10 hal/ do No 1 : 10 half do No; -2,
for sale bv W. A. WOOD),
dec iS -23 'Water st.

84 U'G .R .-ND MOLA..-SSES--
.'t hhds St. Cr,.ix Sug-ar,
5 do Net-w Orleans do.
S.' .5 casks Loaf do.
30 bbl-3 New Orleans Molasses, For s;ilp by
,I; OoTS AND SHOES-A good assortment for
sale low for cash, by B. ELLIS,
nov27 44 28 water st.

Gass i !! hIliite Lead! Oil!
0 KBXS. GMass, S D1, IC 12, 1" X 14,
100lOegs White Lead, No. 1 and 2,
19/ Black "
'2 casks boiled Linseed Oil,
2 common "
2 Sperm Oil,
06i/consignment, for sale, low for cash, by
, Oct 28 44 Water st.

Staple Dry Goods.
;WE have ofn consignment and for sale very
: low, a quantity of STAPLE GOODS, con-
i siting of prints of every description, Cotton Os-
naburgs, Shirtings, Sheetings, Glasgow Janes,
&c., &c., which will be sold low for a bare com-
mission on New York cost.
jyl 44 Water st.

ACON-5 Hhds hams and sides, just received
and for sale by W. A. WOOD,
decl4 23 water st.

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I i ADVERTISER\ USURY <;Lid to part with it at any price, and they sell it observe its operation.{ Suppose money this year : all the useful business of the Nation,-in-the

; ; to the mon ;y-lt'tlIlcrs whatever they choose to to be at six per cent. interest : I contract a debt : Money Capital.If .

Pl-nI.I=lIEU E\"EH \IoxnA THE EVIL AND THE REMEDY. give for it. The Farmers suffer, because produceis of 81O/())t, and, being disappointed in uiy collections : the interest of money rise from three percent

BYDOlINGE. so cheap tlpt it is scarcely worth more than it- borrow the $10,000' at nine per cent per per annum to four per cent. it i is equal to a

;OSVORTHVY MAN, To all men of liberal understandings and sonorous transportation: from distant parts of the country annum. I have not only increased my rent of the i change or tall in the goods of twenty-five per

-" heart--to every sincere inquirer after the to market.: Those of the Farmers who are ijidt money fifty E per cent. I per annum- m SGnn to cent. ; the measure i is just one quarter more thanit

"Office third story Haltzell's Buildings, corner of means of preventing those pecuniary revulsion* !M t for ants considerable portion of their Farms $'.I'JU-bllt') the principal has increased in the same was. Ths income of one hundred dollars in a

Commerce & Chestnut streets, which so fremently overwhelm our citizens by must lose what they have paid and the labor they ratio as the interest. The principal is worth fifty year is four dollars instead of three, hence a per-

thou-ands cru-hin have bestowed on them, and perhaps be in debt per cent. more ; Sl:,I.IO) instead of Sl,'JI.I'').- S"n buying its use has to pay four dollars where
.AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM them beyond the of
rescue beside.Not. Does this increase arise because of the prosperous before he paid but three. The use is all the person -

PAYABLE I.V APVAXf:. and dooming them to hopeless pl'nuryantl lifelong only do these people suffer as individuals state of busi .ess ? or is any business concentrated buys ; he rents the money as he would rent
Advertisements of ten lines less lines
i:1 or (twenty destitution all sinreic inquirers after the butthev have to pay by the future earnings of their about the -lO,000 which is not about any itmlar any other property-the money belongs to the

I ir! the more fmlowi: proportion,) conspicuously inserted means of improving the condition d mankind and citizen, thi'Sl''er) State Bonds and the interest sum of money .' or, is this money nn article that ,. party lending or renting out its use, and, at a

j!! 3 ..:Hinted-$100.;) 'One month $250i ) allt'\ i.I fig the \voes to which th'y are nt\\\ sub;;'ct. en them by selling the productions of the Statet I cannot be moved from place to place and th"re- given period, is to be returned to its owner its

Six x\i"yetr.-months. .* .7 00) Three weeks!., .2 ())0 I If To ai! who duly regard the weight ef Moral and half-price and paying double the le ral interest. fure of local value ? The ten thousand dollars are use only being paid for. Hut if the interest have

| Three nlcnth".5. )0 Two week*, .150 Social enl; which is constantly experienced from And who gather all the., profits anu benefits. ? composed of the same pieces of silver as before I. risen from three to four dollars, the dollar itself i is

\f Two month:,.400 One insertion..00 th" derangements of Business and the None but the Shylocks} the absolute holders of when they only brought six hundred dollars a worth one hundred thirty-three and a third cents,
| When advert is" means without I the money, who have changed its value and now year. This advance docs not take place becausethe I and as well worth that as it was before worth one
are sent
obstruction of
any special :. Industry-to all who hold that the all the benefit of that chanire. Thc 1 afford 1 hundred cents. It i is the
di1 the
J direction as to the number of insertion.! reap man pdtrentin can to pay more, but same to manufacturer
required, it.will understood that they art toI prudent and(1 faithful Worker ought to be beyond j who had all his means in nn -:;prlc I *?>f pr 'i pert.* reetly the reverse; this very rise in the interest as if he should be compelled when he sells
I the four of *"1.1. \\,!'rtlor of employment: or ofj j has lust. Thc who had him has
I l 1e published UNTIL FORBID; they will therefore min money owing to : prevented him from collecting the money his goods, to increase the length of his yardstickto

t be continued at our discretion, and charged bread, ntvl enabled to rear and educate his childrer I if he collected it, and was obliged to pay his o\\ti which was due to him. Just as the rate of interest four feet and sell his goods;at the same price he

J}t according in the foregoing rates. in comfort and! pt'aCl'-to all who do not dread ij d'-bt with it, no matter how much of his debtor's I is increased, the debt of the debtor i is increa did when his yard-stick was but three feet long.

. Legal .Advertisements ut'which the (enn of publttati 1 thought merely because it is novel, nor fly frerna property he had to sell, when he had receivedthe sed. If the interest be increased from tix to He cannot do this unless liis workmen will make

\ money and was compelled to pay it for this twelve per cent per annum, the principal and four yards of cloth at the same rate that they be-
is fixed will -be human
>!.i by law '!n\y executed plan alleviating ills for the simple: r"'asin I
from the above, rule. debt, of course trained nothing. nut this tr ubli'; interest are doubled against the debtor, andll1; i fore made three ; he must also buy as much cotton
hat} it has
no' Ions been adopted-to those a'ul
ago lies the useful business
To tli who advertise the liberal discount beyond of the Country in assets are depreciated in the same pro rata pro- : now for three dollars' as formerly for four, and
by .
( a
will be nude but all advertisements not very Humanity,, the followingesay! ; the ue of the money capital. Weigher might portion. If the interest be raised to twenty-four !j I curtail every other expense in the same proportion

ktrictly nertaimnir! ;to their own business, a; i. dedicated by the writer. Wholly unu-ed a- heis PS well be allowed, because he owns his scales, t; per cent. per annum, the debt is increased to four ,I I or his: business will not bears good as when

well as all 1 Jcjral advertisements sent in by them, i to authorship or legislation; he i is confident 'hat; }have f hem so' made that he could move the fulcrum times the criinal sum, and the property and labor :I money was at three per cent interest. The interest

will be charged at the usual rate.. no earnest mind can give h 'l'd to the fa: ,ts he Ins a*" pleasure ; thus, when buying, .place tk: of the country are depreciated in the same pro- !, on money continues to rise until it gets to

All announcements of candidates for office, will ,iTnhodied in these pages without intere-t, r tl' c- weight on the lung end of the beam, and wher. portion : so Labor begs, and this Money-devil, i I five per cent.: per annum ; now his yard-stick
selling, on the short. All weights and measures the root of all cv'l "takes the whole. I must be five feet and his workmen
be charged KIVK DOLLARS Burin; the canvass, tion and at least partial: : assent. Having no hope I I long must
payable in all cases in advance. or thought of or other personal l aivaniizr are regulated by Lain reiravd to length, weight}; There nc"cr.tS a house built, a bushel of 'I' make five yards of cloth for the same price they

Ml Communications, (when admissible,) of a pecuniary, I' or size, yet any one may make his own ; but if at grain raised, or a yard of cloth made, but by labor; before made three. Where the manufacturer
he ask! for
I Ito
? tug nt a patient, thoughtful ]perusal be ur.just he is liable to punishment. Still, the yet the who bought bale of cotton
personal or individual nature, or pulls of new I very people produce all these timings .I a at fifty dollars he must
invention*, goods, cc., will he charged, for as be followed by such action thereupon .is the !- Very treasure which can be made only by the G- are deprived of their use, and despised by those' now pay but thirty and diminish every other expense

advertisements, at our discretion. truth they contain shall indicate and requir. vcrnu--nl and those especially delegated by it, who luxuriate in the fruits of their toil. in proportion. The interest on money still

_, -'., .__ _. at was4 __rcr..rarw. ." Hes.) ctfl1lIy, THE AUTJ.'OR. oppresses the whole business of the Nation, and To give another example A. borrows of H.l,0fio increases to six per cent. per annum, and the use
hulIix House. evn isurps authority over the Government itscitThis $ in money, and gives his note at six months I of a dollar having doubled, the dollar itself is just

,f Y.tIlE; E'IL.XD THE REMEDY. evil exists not only in this, but in every with interest at six per cent. H takes the note, doubled in value. Now his yard-stick must be

THE i subscriber having refitted the above esi BV tfODRK GARDWELL.cJrAvrImt county ; and therefore it is urged' by our moneyed blots out the sl.ooo( and instead thereof writes I six i feet long and his workmen make two yards of

;'mei t, is now prepared to accommodate capitalists that all.restrictions:" upon Usury should 1 Jr',lXK); and when the note becomes due demands I cloth for the same price they before made one the

his friends and the public in a manner; Ill- be relieved and all laws against it abolished : because !-vt)00 and interest thereon instead of 61,000 and must buy a bale of cotton for twenty-five instead -

which will ;rive satisfaction l to all11k table the say they, it is impossible to prevent Usury, interest. Suppose such a case to occur. H. has of fifty dollars, and lessen all other -
Tendencies expenses
will he supplied with every delicacy the marketallords. Of and Consequences cf L''llrl' and tie Law had better be in
not existence fevers no more altered the contract between the two in proportion. Add to this, he is in debt
; and his whole attention will he devoted Let u, see what effect a chanire of tie rates: of t !petitions advocating the above reason, paaties than it would he altered by changing thee when the change in the interst takes place, altho'

lo the comfort of his gue>ts.Attached interest, (if no law interfered) from s.to nineand Ute audition of the law have been sent to rate of interest from six to tweh'e'pt'r cent. The the debt against him i is permanent and bears but

to the establishment; are two superior from nine; to twelve per cent would haves Leilisature i during: the past \Vilter.nnttler result would be precisely the same n. n sale of three per cent. he i is obliged to reduce every

HOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention, i upon day-laborer who had by indust'y and eeo- leosoi i is assigned : that the competition in themane' goods, lands, cr any other article ",t trade he- thing in this ratio, i i. e. buy the cotton, reduce

given U, those who indulge in this tuanual exer nom accun.ulated; slUC(! >I. Suppose he but'thirty s business would be greater and would lessen cause the money on which the contract is b;'ed the wages of his workmen; have just as ready

cise. acres 01 land, with a comfurtible huu-e. tie prices of tnolteThe same; good reasons is changed in value, and at least a double quantity sales, and collections as good as formerly, or his

OYSTERS, and every other delicacy whichway The produce of this small i farm he sends to market milt) be urged against the Laws of God : they of property must be sold to pay the debt t o'j interest will be burdensome to him; for it takesf

he wanted for refreshment, can be had at any and thus partly supports his tinlil!'. The L have teen ;of long standing: ; and not very well 1} what would have been necessary at the time a 'I j just double the quantity that it formerly did to

hour. price of this property! is T'-V'-'''l ) J He In."sBJ I kept; ; would it not ht best to abolish them any I I making the contract. This mint be the nature of pay tht three per cent;;,. interest and he must sell

Arrangements have been made so that permanent ,0'111! ;and: .i\'e.t bund and} nHJr., eae on his blot' n rt the IJibb-: to see if men would not do beraiom thin until changed by law. I' double the quantity of cloth to obtain the same

and transient fiO 1RDEI can be as well farm; for a mil! ; '.u; with interest, thc.i'u. >-*-- "- }! tar tnem : li the trreter competition ill m Money thus imcl'iatin be to mO:1c;. Hut the
accommodated as at any other holism in rue cm six'per eeiu., ainountm to :?t :U. l> hen lie purchases I sin \vnild not l lessen the \\ ickedncsNo doubt} house built may a ; suppose; property on which the
the sand and debt is lien is
on easily I
undermined j a forced
uud the prices are in keeping with he times. } }he has, j lnty l of \\ork to do at one dlJlljrpt'r thieve would be irl'wl to have the laws ail j on sale, what will it bring :
a,; !;t Suppose we lay a foundation of hewn tone ][ Certainly if it rented
wellj as well it did before
TERMS diem. He expect to irk ab'.ut ,
: three hundred teali'T repealed amid
? J : : : certainly: the com stint in I cemented and when
ittpardu: J Lodffinr, per week, .. . $7 00) la\s :und r."elve therefor( L''ith' tlie that Business would be increased by tiiis Having together looking strong and hand I money was but thrc per cent. would not

U'Mnl.vr\ week,. . . . ,5 00) }prim ,' of sixy:: Bat'; Wlll': he pays the interest ontiif cedur- pro some. completed this, we contract with .1 now be worth more than hblf its ftJ'rmralue..

m 1 Hoard, i' rjay.1 00) -i.Uirf; the first year, and with the >-2U remaining It j asserted that the; parties to erect on it a four-story brick building rand Thus the manufacturer is brokt-u up, and every
--t"zl"Ind ... . . .. .. ..,0( makes payment (.f usury i iso- warrant it to stand. Procuring the best material II branch of Useful business checked, tarrerscan! "-

,1.'t,1:I::1-. .'. ., .. ... . . . .art() SOUH necessary improvement on; i luntav, and therefore: the footer has a risrnt toI t tI and the best workmen, the first and second j not find employment ; and all this trouble i. attributed
\ ,\. :.I 41 u'v.. II. KKLTONPL'HUC | !his II rml. ,The, .next, car he hopes! .to pay> beside I I what he can mist f.ir his monev. The- hifrhw:1\---- ., I stories arc laid- \10- altl nrnrr-- non,.. i. t.l.-. .. ;.l. to the people who have made the -
me liiteresi, -j: : '' on ins I r. uie ITwrt.t man and
principal j i elt'mautIsol1r
'It'ctYIJII money ur ynn: their appearance but by the time the third and other useful article
r .t lialacicola> ]xcl..t n r.c. I I IrrHE :. _t.' ; !'art: I.IOPC: } nas b-cr>me :;:airy :1:1 1 the: iaterct 1 lite, -id suit have a better chance than with the is : story iH.arlall every : the capital takes
full informed that has risen to nine i"x\ cent, :Had instead of$i-U: I usiirr. for; completed. S''ineliirht cracks are seen, which, the earnings, all--wing! the people who
are respect } l. yon may possibly overpower the robber howe\er, do not prevent the work from ( have earned the whole wealth of
ah' Establishment! has been! entirely refitted. as :before, he has ftl payw'Ji'! '. O.vnurto the scarcity i and without I loss but if proce- the nation to
t e j fcape ) ; not willing to vcn- din When the
fourth is t finished starve, and this is called
: amt i* now open for the reception per- : of money, it is ir.ur* dill-cult to'prwuirc employment |!I I turo :ill's, as you have your choice between two, foundation irivcs in tll financiering getting
way one place and the | things down to the specie or real value.
and labor has I I When
KMtient and JoiMMOtit boarders,and tin? -ubsdibcri. } (: to Or'>; cents per evil: you can rive up your money. I shall cracks from
oet bottom
I i. 'e5holtse V)y strict attention to the business (,f his day. One hundred and turfy-live! day: work at < Id fiat if a person did not become indebted to top. The pressure becomes !! this process is over, and the wealth concentrated
I to;be second to none in renderintfhi.; guests I 0'* cents j is .u n ; hence.la has to work one hundred riot ba liable to Jay the it mi 3)ewoo great on stone other parts of the futmda- in the hands of the few, money is offered to the
. comfortable.hsters I I and: } thirty-five days h pay the interest, instead ?>e said that if people* ; did not usury venture: :in the! tine;, which yield and the wall cracks in all directions business people at a somewhat reasonable interest,

' < Game, &c. served up at all hours, and of sixty (lays. The induce, he sells from i strut they would not be met by the highwayman! blame i is", large portions of it falling down. Much I business agnin goes on for! a fewears, when the

in the best stj !le. The liar attached l.n! the hou>e, I his farm has fallen about cot third, and he i is only !! and hen/fore the person who has dared to wrjlk. ought to attached to the than workmen, who certainly) same scene is reacted and the same result pro

:,. uxiiul, i Blocked with the hClr I(, and} Li- : alL! ; to ]pa'a\ ills inloji-st t as here u;;ve b.en manvdays in to street i is fl) blame: and not the robber. Jin will twofJettlr to erect a v.all whicl duced.
iunr>. ( ;r thofnflr the liberal patronage! heretofore in uliieh! 'be rvihl: n<,tjblain: emloyment"{ I bltlrilsfs'IIi, are placed in the same position! the tard. Othe are employed prp To give another instance of change in the rate
; Still; l.e l"rtli .tit.a! his tlilignce up parts standing, and betrin to build on the of interest. A man having three
r"I1. !Itr !ioue-> that .111" friends and the economises ainueh .-; i and'otnpciIed to c.ioose, between two Hil i > sons intends to
uublic will continue! to sustain him.IlEZ. :apovjMe: removes his children from lis impossible 'for thc business of nation same foundation. ,.when- a like result ensues; still I \-c them., when nF : !-:.. hrjj, -:-' fli.n-- .-.?-irtsl.". .1nt"p".u,'

)JIT1t.raJa.1Iil'"b. ;(:'N,1 that they I.-.H: assist "hip ; and IjIpilthat I to <3 transacted witnout, some credit any no one thinks of doubting, the goodness of the Ii apiece.. In 1S3G the elde.-f: son receives his por

.. ; I--) i 1-Hh. l.t' (! -el- ffPllOFESSlON.AL thi!:gK will !\ul; inv fanralJldllabc.1': heartily. i thitih( 1 believe no one will there i is a system ; foundation have all the fault is'In the wor.rtr: who tion, buys a farm for .,atNi, and stocks it with
say nec.ssitfor built
---------------- T hit tnui.i1 i is' continually beconui: scarcer, and:; I usury or robbery. Congress; could !MO heavy a wall and of course are i the remaining j-<:iiu. In l-'fy! the second son obtains -

GAItI I the intt rest has i.xrea-ie.l to IxJper cent on the I I mcr without: credit. When members never blamed : had they not built it they would not suf- a like sum. Wiih':,noo he purchases
1 I i are eluded fer the fouti Lition
_= ;_ $\t,1' HJf1, or 1-jn J a i er. Labor :js fallen; to lift v : the travel Washington, :and a.; they their Now; 1 people say, 'i is: good enough. adjoining his brother two Arms, bowl quite as
pay would ask if
celt, ''ay. and! l elm at I that }'rmesobt: ncd with i ow expenses, they trust the GovernmentSh'tld this is not the way that business good as the one bought by tie eldest, and :.5<)O
, .\ C'ard* dilhculty.! J He cattiot: have emplo, inept for more t the Governmentend hay gone on in every civilized country; from stocks both. 03 well. In IS t; the third son comes
OCT. S. \\. SPENCER; has removed his them money to time immemorialand
T plY is into
than ttyu l.undivc: t'ayand it w-nld untake evr.sesit trusts the What not tlC fault attributed possession of his propcry, with So"jIIf>O buys
\J members. i
-jre t.t ttt.! HaU/ell Huildinirs, second floor, would to over-production, want of market for j three} farms
tuo hundred: andfuity d'lYS'"ork o the interest in things I with the nmninintr ;:W stocks
1 pay Unpeople cities
over the tore' 01 :. Miller k Co. Entrance fr our who own no houses du : produced the _
IaChl..tllut and !be pews very people who have made them. Each of these farm
;: a portion .f rhig i to sup- Ofoursc they must I b > without shelter. whil ls as good and Q.oHn
formerly the residence of Chat les IVU pay rent in advance, they means to the thin
-IN >fvt of the interest t ; the morlgaire ;is foreclosed trit the landlord I buy : they have btheir own : this man intended o treat his children

.t }'.s,}I.--- ,- --,- --df'.t,!---! I ;a.t: Th.! .- farm *ull lit :. ;rte), while lie i left house tllandlord: trusts: and them if tIICoccupy with the value the of house, I, labor produced : \r oulr not at least-one-half of I I alike, he has iriven the second double what he

IViii. b|iand pennyk \\ ilh a debt of $-2J i principal Ms-, tor they the our population I at very time be glad of a new i j has thc first and the youngeit, three timesas muchas
Sydiioy OuM'u, )I. I> may destroy it If the landlord: suit of clc.thes if II II
I. IH. CEt.\; I i.tnNS ihis} opportunity exprcs- md $.lt} infer", which, he has yet t'}ani. hutsu'jo.e ifbres it, !he trusts: tjie Insurance Company and and : they were able to purchase it, I he has the eldest. A sinilar effect would have
this fa'in to l.e bought i in very many like another blanket tt> been produced had the been in
.-in: in- :rHiitiiri'- ins patrons ; and to a:-ure | : ali their tj-y may break. There certainly can be no lfJ11t' l lI them and protecjf) I i money expended
ti:'-nt that it -hai!i S-- !u- n-uit .:MitJeHv tll rcnfi the interest i is l ly law lived at six per "-cut. and I i soli why a man may" not as well be trusted! do their children from the cold! ] ? They}, I any useful property, stores houses or any thing

<'! hMlllf mov H-M-1 ,il! I 1,1, |It;> profesHoil. time mortgage to be drawn, {payable thee years t'th another's: as with not buy them, because they have no work to I I which is the product of labor. Each of the

Fl Oil'ieii' on C'einr", n' tr WuN-r treet._ _._ dcri"; after date; v.-itli :I\ ;per cent., interest.! Mdnevheroine grim make debtors money and creditors.anbtlTerproperty.A Hank is i do their; and .if they had, they must appropriate' all I younger brothers' t farms trill produce, with the

0- -; verrarce m ; and l tile! l':1te.III' introt( i in- 'Jlisal.d to lend es- earnings to pay a debt which hbeen same labor, as much as tic elders', and the produce
I> TIHHiCan to lend
r Finch.sni
enough to doubled! I
errs-,. t'> twte; }per cent.o that a l L rxation lake the Hank both or trebled. i will sell for the sarre price. Nothing has
;IKON) DENTIST.WILL : a l large debtor and creditor.! I
of the -ol-. paying this price Suppose a tate of things to occur by which changed but the of\"aluet which
;p ;) ; or 111)1This could do money,
t return to .\p hrlll"(.l about the 'tli no business without !lending owns these ..."(
; ;, ) )! 10 could has
, ta.l: resume the ops, l public impnvetnents. affect the ])\fe of iul l lgotcls it cannotJend it without people becoming I for j/t buy clothing at it only I done great injustice to the parties. This occurs -
: each
priH'ltf' If his
( j.rofessjnri. the farm ildi\-idual ; that is $17o,1timuuou.ntv!) because of
the +luce of and his labo the want jf just laws, unalkrablj.to
pr the} Hdebted
He ivturns: his th.inks to the pu'ilic t f''r the ; to ; yet the whole nation i is? crying out if we. had an immediate
I market fix the
man II114 I Ii'-e his farm.'althcuuh: IIf pas ntusurious the for these I use or interest of money. .
f very liberal enci.nra:enient }he: JIH;; heretofore rr- :gainst Credit System. The Directors S of i f rOflf.Ii')( ) i worth of goods for wearing
interest. Inns : will iirintr apparel
ceived i and hopes to receive a Continuance of ll)4'ir bullialf t :rants as well as others have been denouncing and sales in I MAGNIFICENT SUB" TIO S.-The editors of

pltrfJna TIOI j its! former; price and his labor but 11.11,111'In; / ; :Ifs svstem, arid throughout the country b iveirtailed I nlIII"f other t.! ,nt proportion! ,1.,, we, should_.1 _, fJt comI ,I the Nev York Tribune in noticinir accessions
would probably fall more than one-bait in:I \ .tolC. ) ..tJ A O v + :J UIlC.IU \Jl rOalln; to the
to ascertain whether people are able to j I under a surplus. : I subscription list of their Weekly paper.say:
J F. Fai'riot has lessened the
allies The want of money ability their debts We have
apart .iv and then take a new start. The I think not received less than two hundred
I will
POUT WARDEN \ NO'I'AUY of the! to buy the CJp'itaLteould none dr-ny that Labor earns theVe.tlth
: PUBLiC ;
E osult subscribers
when the
thehl'e since
begun anew, will he no- of I on anyone day the first of
Apalachicola, Kla.Mav iret Jietter interest for his money, and ti. al ; yet the laboring classes ,
:mine more than the same scene acted again, to a I often sufier, the present month, and on Monday of last week xve .
always l III' tau nd at the office of Farrior & farm wo'j'd' I j probably n< t bring nv.re thorn $-yj! ( )less necessaries of life, and are in received hundred '
Jour and
greater or extent, according: to the length of : distress for lIll ty-sevt1lt on
Co. No. 4.1 \Viter; st. He would n'slwf.tt'I.IIl\' solicit in cab i H r u'sileere f-reed u.idc-r: -reclosure.l time} in want of employmfnt For example :
which Wednesjyd
business will have / hundred and ninety-fight, and
the patronue: of his friend and at'IJI'l.Iil1- It i is ofteji; said that it llJ.ttcr.n"t if labor fat fhig has been pro rered.- take England, the \ in the word!, lar number
: the case not only in tlti; yesterday the ;e of fifteen hundred
t IICI" decj'iXoticc. to a )li.w print, for en rth'lI_ else trill fall ii i 1iut in all others, and so it will continue country to bmtil alt.('1ltrmpltt! the state of the laborer. Instead and sevenly-Jice'! the money j ic all cases accompanying -" ;
the above ( : an equivalent' for his labor he is
i proportion : but I think : statemen : : the "
entm-h ; orders.
an diflerent i is established .
system cl tiied in
lar on
makes it dear teat instead of this being the ) rag'. lives on scanty miserable
ex; *4 foundation tin
11 G. MD A V IS it make four to one in favor of the moneved more jut : this can only be done by and rn.tuy times; tinds great difficulty in keeping I Thc culture Kice in America extends from

HAS returned to the practice of the L.lH. (. tal arid! against: lalu.r! : it is unjust in every rope cap c t ling its the value.interest 0:1 ino'iey and thus detcnnining himself from stal\il The manufacturer. who 'I i the Gulf of Mexico to Virginia, but grows most
i prejured; to attend to business at the County and calculated to concentrate the wealth in the iy To the effect produced ('IIII1'lndf'd! .* of 1 these laborers finds his abundantly in Georgia and South Carolina. The
Cl rk'; QtHre} a change of interest on money :Suppose ;a foodst lien manufactured entries for home in Great
Apalachicola. hands of (the lew to the great injury of the mall)'. ] sell below their cost, consumption Britain in,
rents for
--- --- ---- The elli-ct produced in the supposed case of the' S,750 per annum exclusive-oft.'ixes, I becau-v'. the: iotl"rc.t on money is raised.: He naturally IS.'iU' were 153/:: cwt. of cleaned, and 159,249 t

Allen II. Rush t.1TTOk labi-rer ;is not half hilt as that produced on thus 1- ir.ice:1t ;tic .c. or these arc paid hthe tenant so I Cfloa\.or to lessen his expenses, and, cot- '"wt. of rough grain, but these were less in subsequent -

. :Fy AND COU SEJ.LOtt: AT LAW ;and, of people in this country by the change: in'I'>;:O owner of the store regularly: receives ton having;I faieI! buys his material a little cheap years. Of 75- millions of IDS. raised i frf
Mari mna, Florida. ( annum. Another store rents lur'i'r" I Tnr.u the U. S. in
much dislikes 1S-1O 60 millions were cultivated in
the rules of interest. And who has rained all ( very to reduce the I
Uili_ by l'l..1 l the
jirarfco in the Courts of Franklin JaCntyn i onant, as in the former case, theo ;
11 this : I will bean with the :Mercliants} \\'h pays waives hi: workmen, and continues for a timeto Georgia 12 millions in South Carolina. Of
ltO:1"J Washington counties. ties, insurance;r &.c. Thc store which regularly I pay the |! this the value of ,
: from te! nature of their business, it being extenhie rings in < : ; sjrnc. price, his losses compel him to product exports was $1,912,076.!
> V) per annum 19 worth one third more dimmish tlu-m I The Carolina rice is
ont-ei iith. preferred to other
\ () ..nil on credit f fWl'e the first to Miller from I fee :: The manufacturer, any variety.
simpe! than the one that rents for $ >(00 ; still losing, buys cotton little The airirregate in the United"States in
the 1532
a and takes crop
.\ 1 I'JtNEYS: .\ Iilrtatu.t LAW :alteration; :in the value of the- dollar. It doubled 1- the lower,
r use or income makes the value If the another ci llth Ibs. Hand
from wag 207,4Sl Book
the of his of Plants and
and than ,
times, more ( trebled their wages
F'lurida.m many
come on on. of these stores can be permanently: which distresses Fruits.
.% "f'f.n: ( \1"1 debts, The nnnulacttires wt-re t the next, tor t their them very much- Goods fall
(; .} }15. TAYLORxTTfiPwv tibled the
nli\ vilue of the store is doubled but this
and lie is
businr ; again, obliged to give the THE
was, after the Merchant-, the most extended doe will men empluyItnt LATEST EUROPEAN t"\H s-DIRECT
Jauieti ; and their good fell in ner occur to one alone, unless there }.elf the time only at this low price. He- FROM PARIS.- the
/ J[. Walsoc, as price, so did I some improvement in business in the Among passengers in the
A'i i.\v JL NOTARY PUBLIC, their manufactories;; and all their mal'llinl'rtlll: ; > of one whbh} is not in the nei!hborod would certainly stop his factory, but he knowsthe pa'cket ship E Utica, which arrived last evening
\l"\ Crh'aTl caused a tall in lubor and threw thousands 0111101!f I'I'p other. ; workmen would suffer still more should he from Havre, were a man and his wife whose

employment ; and those lelt! without occupationcould I New ) do .(; at last his losses compel him to do it ; thelaborers clothes, particularly the lady's, were lined with

.(:: .' "1'at'd A It. "r. While, not buy as many -roods! as usual, and thus ire extensive buildings b hay, be erected, or tenants denim on'e, = are thrown out of employment and cannot gold and silver watches, with a suitable sprink

A II URXEYS s. CUI SELLORS :\' LAW, the market i became; filled" with them. The Merchants < while rness concentrate near :ret sufficient food to eat. The manufacturer cannot ling of silver spoons. The Custom House officers -
r near other
Tallahisee, Florida. and Builders being ithuutvork could lint > \ thus Khe{ nothing of thc kind feed them ; for :long time he has been losing not being accustomed to this,flew style of
liavin; associated theinives, afford the Kes place : ta short time, the value of on his business i is stopped, and he is dress had the
in the practice of to re'it hotis '; and stores already bpi It. o t first be : the affront to take out lining and
tht Law, under the firm 0V ARDrHJTJ, Rents fell, and now dwellingsere not ne.-ded, i.int may well permanently atlrd increased and the earning nothins: He feels for his workmen but to claim it as belongingim, to UlC e Sam, under

still attend rcularl the -""''eral Cotirts: of theMiddle Still the population increased, and several I unilie I h Can a.s lu to pay the rent at the cannot help them ; the market i i.* glutted with the laws to prevent smuilin About 200 valuable -
; rate: charged as could ,
when only half the goods and tltetrill sell. The *
ar.fl.-\palac1l1cola not fault of thischange
Distl'I( were compelled to occupy one house. The property in was required. watches and a quantity silver spoons, were
'. Appeals at Tallahassee. hasnow fallen ho much that the owners are Let us apply the in the price of goods may not be in the I thus taken possession of.Hie duty on watcheris

samourinciplc to mor.ry and least owing to the manufacturer. I lies beyond 7J per cent., on silverPns, 30 per cent





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!!:. Jj'L'aJJ% 1i-J.J.J 3.: ..\.1-0 I J\1 "J'J"".1..1'3""; MfflMUL; IDVEftimAPALACIIICOLA CHARTER ELIGTtoX.-Thc election for Mayor COMMERCIAL MANSION AT TIn HOTRE.HOTELS. ,Y:

1811.BISSEXTILE I and Councilmen Apalachicola, took place on ::' ._-=-"'----- .-_.-- -: E Haman'', 0 P 'Tillinghast, G Caster, Co1um t

----- -.--- Monday last, and resulted in the choice of the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. bus ; P A Stockton, L \1 prott, QUincey Gen 4
__ ..OH. LEA YEAR.ri John Dill, Fort Gaines; Mr Jackson S R hoard !
-; - MONDAY, JAW 8, 1844. Ofiicers elected for 18-1 I. :5 Sherman It J Thos
following gentlemen :
lagan Mr Jones
f Brocke
1 j :I ;L 21 : i / :
I : '_ f.i.. JI B FRAXKLIX XOTTRSE President. mann, New York ; Cal't John Morris
t. : -! I -'j r '' : i Mayor, barque Gp.u.
"i"j' { -: I ;- t = ." : .' 1 -i > =:jj" "VFI:1TE SANG J'1r'r.t' DAVID G. RANEY. r ISAAC WRIGHT, Vice President. tleman; Capt -tam'l Knapp, ship Ferax; Capt Isaac '
--'- --'- -'-1""f 1 _1 .-.-'1"1 '-I I1 Councilmen L' C KAIN, Sec'y & Trea lIrer. W nou. ship alma; Capt John Cha.'e, hip 1 ledentsa .
l I'2! .1:; .1 r;." tiiJMOII j : i t,2 ;; "ti (i ; 1dr Thom, Capt' Florida Richard tiI
I ;
.j 1213''! ; i) ;i S'', .i' If);'| J,, _,,i:; "-. han received two communications, during SAMUEI SCHUTER, ENOCH C. ROHETITS, Committee of Arbitration. Johnson J aeI-on Co; T II Vetterlien, Phjladelpliiu -
i!>.2.i J 'II 1i'1H 17 ) Hixnv (i. ( ;LTON, JAMKS F. FARIIIOH, horne Charles
: ::1.J.lTiry.; | : IS I9): the past \\oek: in relation to of recent Fenj. Ellison, = B. H:1rt ; Leppett, Savannah ; J Roberts, Al
't"ttt.1 i' } l'"l; :-t2j!222, t.23'2ti7' )! a subject HENRY F. SiM\ro, Joirv W. BABCOCK, K.: C. Scranton, C. G. Holme, han};; Capt Wise, bar}tie Conder.
'--.I"I.! "ii'-jjj"1, I u.J"I' I r I i discussion in this paper-the one from Sinner," EBIN.>:ZER J. WOOD, A. L. CI.LMENT:: A. X. McKay, X. VtuJoi?, CITV IIOTEI. .

:fff 1 j l'2'n' ,ff 1 I j I I i! 12Ji ,, :) in the strain of his former communication, and Rut little excitement was induced by the occasion Dan'I. J. Day. H Kir>hbanon, Burlington, Iowa; J Bachelder. "I, r
.; | s] (;! 71 sjwmi J 7 t .i, si 1 <*! 7 sj no Ala! ; J Andrews, St Joseph ; Capt Stevens: and .:,
< .HlU.l.vin.ViJ'l; ; J? V 1112| 1:+j il.l!; .>:,jll7s ( the other from Pupil," in support of the positions ; not owing, we presume, to a want of interest Committee on Appeals. lady:, barque Gleaner; Capt Cooper and lady brig w

qI, I'l)2u212,2ti; "- j' i, I4.,0121t2'",2c2.I! : I : and course of Vesper." We have two ob-! : on the part of our citizen*, in the matter, but \Vin.: Cr. Porter, I I Hetij'n Walter, .luntus. '. .
: :.):jja-iS-* ,2S: ; "! : i2-i'2tv2ri2, 2:) :;u si \\ 10. A. Kato, | \\ Ill. JJ. Young, ,
jccti.un. to a continuance of the publication of to'a determination and deliberately ,
1 i Jo quietly
; ;
: go
7 Ranev.
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; i I )1 I i j I-- Jl 2| | J 6 David O. EXPORTS.
(}(5! :1t t1.; T Ok! /' ;: ;131;!' : farther argument on these topics. One is that} the to the polls, and deposite their votes for such menas X YORK.-Per bark! Alabama-1120balescotton.

rWii'u'a '..'iili.I ;! :.1)t ;' :" I-/1:11-1.:1;I : (.'";',2.i2i; debate iris been abandoned by the original writers in their opinion were most entitled :and best MAIL ARRANGEMENT.Due Per Ship Atahflta1070 baled. t. -. t.\ ,.j
-* .n '!.f''Si'jl J 22J2.5j I : ':!'':.', 2l-2.' ; 2.:; r'2S ami Per brig PlOneer-6;
., Sunday 7 o'clk P. :
** ',..'12.i''I>!I..I.i { 5 ((the author of t Vindications declining} calculated to direct the municipal affairs of the every Thursday at bales'h
Per leon
Tim 193 bales. -
a'A')1 I I Close} every Monday and Thursday at 10, P.M. brig -- rt'
rrt 1 u. J | I I 5t' ft 1 2 :;I .1 j any farther notice of the controversy) ; and the city. His Honor the Mayor, David G. Rangy Per brig Mo&es-492 bales. j,;'
j ] 2J 3)4j) ] fi2;| i fi, 7, S: M1011 12 1JOSTOX. bark bales
) ( other is that we desire, in common with him, to having dirchared the duties of his office the LATEST DATES. er S"an-155 cottpn. }
.. I i .y fUll, iJj2lJ3t:! S tI11'1, ., 1 K>! li17il| N1; ) pre- Li\'rl'ool..D.e. New York..Dec. 30. Per brig Jumus 715 bales. .

q11.- '.".' ',.-11"I. ,.17lv|, ""j tl9"iE: !. 202li2223'2123c' ; prevent any excitement or unpleasant feeling in cedijig year with such zeal l and ability, met wi'di; Havre, . . Nov. : 5'1) New Origins, 30. HA lTIMOH.I--Per brig Martha Kinsman-225 Y,
'N. .J 2iJ 27 ')"!2 'I"'II'1j
': 'I'J I | ; oar community, to which similar discussions: unless no opposition. This is an evidence that our citi* Havana,. . Charleston} .. .Jan. 1.EXCHANGE. I bales cotton. '

.j..jJ'+!,J' I(1 : 1 I I i 673 J !2} conducted with extreme 'forbearance and] zens Know how to appreciate merit, and never ----. '- .- "-- --- -;--"**- ----' I X OB.LEANS.-Per Per schi Boston-schr 179 bales.Helen-179 bales. J;

.. I. 4 : ,I I 1(1111 i !!Iii 11 J't 13 ) 11fi; moderatinn, are too apt to lead. We honor the fail to sustain thine who promote their interests { wr.
., .1J1 l6Ii114', :5117nSIJ-2i1,2112i2J! : Checks at siirht on X York ... par. ; 11.
: ,lli2ltJ! .1'.2u 23 I :'1'1; j'2til'r' I 2'.2r: : o im.tivos of all the reasoners, and while we remark In the above we have a worthy Hoard? and look Augusta.par. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. '

2.i : :)I"I; ':)} I f. I that our difierenecs frequently arise from contemplating for much good to be effected.CQ" Boston,. . I-2prcprem. Per. steamer. Tallahassee bales cotton to Ii -.
.I, I I t 2 .341,1 f 7 ('ltarletori.1.2, W A & P C kain ; 30 do to order; 1 box mdze to' :.
I ,
II. : llj1''II 1 the same truth from different points of _avlnriah.1-2} Harper. 1I01m s. *.. '
ti j 7
; :
j if ;) II 91lU :.
j We indebted friends of the Columbus .
,.:'. 'j ;.11.11'1'' : ijl I.')' i'Lij' E J' 1t]( I- J:"'jiJ'1; )1 view, we are satisfied that they will all concur arc to our Bills onlNowlork.ldays .I per c di.s't. Per tteamer Charleston-50 bales cotton to Chas \

.:. 'l f7/1 nl4 1 i2: : 2 2 2.J :: :(): : with ii the EmrfJarorfor the following table, giving .u t .". .. .(;ii'o cars.1 .. lL to Rogers; 47 to J Day & Co; 55 to McKay : Harishort. -
us : preserving uninterrupted IdlllllJft.din.s .
'r21:22.2! 29 :i" :31r I the distances and points bu ,Ibo cii.utaliooonee .(.") .I"yo .. .2u2i < .'; 287 to Lockhart & Young; 50 to Moore A: ..!
F ;Ir'( t '1 11" I which thus far, we believe, arc unim- On all other Northern cities, the same rates. Mflven/ie'. ; SOI d' to order.
River, from Apalachicola 1o Columbus. The Per itcaiiier Siren-116 bales cotton Lock-
.+ leiltsxs+ :vno .;+e es+.ut.! aor. -ee.rnes s+rgzaa paiicd among our good fellow-citizens. to
----- table was furnished by Capt. STAPLER, of the FREIGHTS. hart & Young; 37 to Perry & Dickinson; 8 to I) G .J
;;Fr .;n tho New Oilcans Tn l.ic. Our thank. due the DAVID To "Liverpool,. . .. .. .. .o-Sd. pr lb.C1C Iarwy; 10 to T 11 & C 11 Austin; 17 bxs tobacco
t :OTTo.X c'.i OP..lt (tj" arc Ilonoiablc Steamer Florence, and as he has been engagedon '; :\ York,. . .. . ..;-& IV W G Porter & Co; 20.0W ft lumber to John }

-. dl'xt." ; tlu"Ilt.. :aid ;.:)1'CtIrcn) ;rent to prey Lr.vv, Delegate in Congress, for sundry important the Chattahoochec for the last fifteen years, it Uotton; .. . . .. .,3-Sc r omijer.JJtr ...

01 f(1 1 1"4 (4W"\ :.1 t -l. 'nr-i' ; t-> ho.I f ('(,Hen crop of .hfin. I Public Documents.fC may be considered as nearly correct as could he CoH-twis-e Freights are dull at our quotations. steamer Agnes-305 bales cotton J Kellogg f
.,. ... 200 to VV A A; P C Kain.
:. :tt .;: fV'n'i'r.s' ; it i i" very (i-irairilc tl1t!
' f,:>! n.' 1 'V tls fit1 1.'n-y; as comparedof /" We take this occasion to return-our thanksto ascertained. I Xo foreign engagements_since our laj-t. ,. f J'er steamer Al'tlach cola-291 bales cotton to .

,'. 'h; 'h' 'cr r u l"t'JI, f-hnnUl not bV oxair',i'rat'rl] DISTANCES AND POINTSOn -- Lockhart & Young; 74 to W A & P C Kain; 72 to I
- i f ;i ''"'itir-'r' l.and! i\ it o pnIv! d l lo*irahlp that tlu1 Captain SIr.\T\"XOX, of the Schooner Stra/lmr, the Chattahcochcc and Apalachicola Rivers, COTTOLJI'ET.. Perry tfe Dickinson; 14oi to McKay & ifartshorne; /
. .. frhonM iltO swelled I b"voridi for JS'ew Orleans 45 !o Moore & Meuzie 67 to Harper k Holmes f '
\"' n of 'tj! rr Ii'i iirolublc. iimit-5., All:v/ili admit who hive; paid 21 to \V G Porter Ac; Co; 3 do to order.
received i by mail. Furnished by Capt. STAPLER, steamer I'lof ence. amou.it to i 710 bales
i'i"' iear-t: uitrnliasi( to tile ubect] Ihat the wa.te ; cleared, 5,535 ; increasing Per steamer Gem'llarrlson83 bales cotton to .
r.jiinvceJeuted b-iJ We are nlso indebted to all the and From Apalachiccla to Miles. JMilcs Chas Hilger: 20 to McKay & Ilartshome
;.ad: ci,>.4l1t,1in from ill? ; Captains our stock on hand and on shipboard to 27,0 II ; ; 399 do
" ...( ll.o; :..'\' l..t XO\: luy- '.,en greater by far Clerks of all the Steamboats for similar ,\(:. Old Woman's IJlutl'. 7 bales. to order. *
1 ::u a \\ ..' \r 1f..r... lip..ri,. e1. or than conHit. rtartitllln..S; I . IS 25 Per steamer Colnmbus--400 bales cotton to M 1IVr
..v-.. !>'-i a :'luejjv.tcd.: And !if follows, that e.=1 li- A continuance of them will meet our warmest River of Sticks . . .25 50M'i. The market opened on Mon :' last with an ac- J'an: enalJd; 2 9 to Harper & Holmes; 50 to T L

: if', -;- 1 I :"I'i .in th.P (-peat, i vn to ihnt date, will thanks. f1.!. . . . . .'u.J- 75Stones tive demand, and prices went up \ cent on all Jlitd.e1; 210 tn \\T I; Porler.\; 11 to Lockhart & .
i tie *>,' f'+I1tl to !11<* ext .-edingly erroneous lu'rj Youn-; Hi tnIcKay & llarthorne; 1 to KimhrouiJ f
. |.ilt' vf-j+.,iM of-ft 1 brrp of 1 .Oi.OiXS) )( ) bales; wa.s $Cr The Steamer Jas. Y. Smith, SMITH, Landing. . ;' SORichft's grades, hut the sales have been confined, chiefly x Hit1gway O to C G Greene.
1.I11'h, U :.'.:'rm the l.-\ovember.. than it now 1 i isi. Bluff. .. 10 !UOSLiflhu' f to the ordinary and te.lll1"r c\l1tee-to bb cotton to Preston
I''I ,I
" rtl,; oi'ilj.' y<-..if JSI2, were as follows, or nearly Cbrishnas.: It i is worthy of note that this .i is the Ulountstown J20Ocheesee better ;;:ales there is less demand, and fmc reduction hair \: Young; ;9 to X our.-t' & Stone; 21 to Green

..i, 4\11.1: i writ.1 fiou: memory, vix:- lirst season steamer has Trended the Flint .20 110 ems to be necessary fur free operations.Holders A: 'unnery; 12 to VV G Porter Co; 26 to McKay f.

'W Orlcrltlz. .. .:. .lo:1. :...OOl11)il1c( ; :. any Aspala:a . . . . . .7 117 for A; Htirt iorne; :31 to Perry A; Dickinson; 22to ;>
Mchil", .... ... ...I'.. . ,';'',00\) River a; far as the above point{ previous to the Chattahoochee . . . . 10 117 a-e: asking inferior 7 to 7\ ordinary 1\> FI-"wdlen.liull.. *
Ftnt(l '. .;.. .. .. .'.1 C)3.Oo 1 h01 ida}s. Brown's l' 15 172Neal's to S-, middling S! to 1), middling fair ll}, 'fair '.); Per steamer Oriole-27t> bales cotton to W A & *
A Jtutic litotes,. .. . .jt\o.ona erry to I'''l.The. P C rain; 22(; to D Wood & Co.; 20 to Preston 1'
-- Landing 1 )2 A,: Maclay 12 to Farrior A; Co.; 7 to I 'Wright
:.{ii.t)11)' :lOCJIWcCtmxT.On: Friday morning Porter's Ferry. .'. 15 2,17. sales of the past week amount to 3.;;70bales JX) to order. ; .

last the Steward of the Pilot Boat Columhia. . . . . .
If the cro t of 1813: be )11.tJllnlhort, as rnmivd Coaling .12 2JJHoward's as follows ;.5 bales at G$ CJ at 7 "r2 at7 Per steamer Boston 452 bales cotton to D B
with that {tf la..ot'C ar. it will be only ..r>S5.i" .- Trwlr, harks: Hicks, was in the act of taking! Landing. . . . 20 2iO!: 'i. I.' ; ; |; Wood & Co.; 202 to Preston & Maclay; 51 to W
estimate 'J'I a IT'; 'J .. 71; S at 7|; 7 af.7. N2 at s 1 M at Cr Porter Co ,
,;.I !kC'll! 1 btiliAc Ihe fplliiwins( : from Fort G ai .20 2VJIttUlaulii. ; ; ; 14 to Weens ; 9 to A Wylie;

't .Ii 1 l.c found to be nearer the truth, takin' thrtvsiai a gu'i one of the berths, when the cock caught . . . . .:; 2),1, 1 SJT; :' at Sl; S'J at S3; : 2Gfi at M; HUt l S3; 257 0 to W A As P C Kain.
i -; of C'tli: "f Xovonilpr as correct in rl'- l..;.l nst somelhing, causing her to go off, and the Roanoke.'0 :3.AI'lorpnce. at Per steamer Lowell-22G bales cotton to I M
S207 at S 10-20 at 0 t21'2 J '
; 4; at 191 at
L-ari i tit the Atlantic I i State's.Inlos. load entered his righf side obliquely .5 :'l '.t tJrnigan's ; |; OJ; Wright; 97 to Moore A; McKenzie; 127 to Hill,
1 drfVv rql to a.1) t. coming out 301( i'JGl, 1 it 0':, 100( at '.)J'. 20 at l':?. 'JO at 10; Van \ Co.; 51) to T L .Mitchel ; 37 to Lock- .
N Orl!.'nn*. .( 7!/):W) ant< : 9.tfli -SMohihA. at the back. The'oUlal is very severe, and his Landing.5 .;i5iekerst \ 57 at JIJ). holt I.\ 'bong; 4.2 \IeKay & Hanhorue; 4.j to ;;
.. .. .. ). ) '7.; ,1 1.7 recovery is considered doubtful. __ ] fr Landing' 12: :.Mj'ryant's ;,; W G Porter \ Co ; 9 to Harper; Holmes; 9-1 to .
It'Jorida. ... J FtJtH! a;;'}1tt' 1-3 .. : : Landing. :. 12 are I J \ > business doing this morn'".:. Tie! unfavorable Pu-stou A: Tandy 12 ta Chewier McGritllI'er
AdaJJtic'tt,: t3'ttl. 17a""J\) 1..j (& liEn.Y CJ.AY, the- distinguished Orator Fort Mitchell 12 II'OVoolfork'.s ; state ot" the weather has put a 'stop 'to all steamer Gen'l Snmpter-380 bales cotton to .
---, \ .S :|Js; door DBood.'v Co- 2iU to .Preol1lacla,',: 23 to 'f
1.rs:),Ofs9:3.0 J C d Statesman was in New Orleans during the Columbus 10 a:STotal out operations. Moore A: McKenzie; 12 to J B Appling. ,

..fht":1itn iti.1 dd'wi -lt r in lit Atlantic Stairs! Christmas holi ?)s. Far he it from us to insinuate --r-i COTTON STATFMi:::;T. Por steamer Sir-u-203 bales cotton.

n. ill&l!. Nevi U'1',-r. wv: (nr-fntnt}', amId tinstri t that: hi gas out on an electioneering to the 1 distance by water. . . .;fS Stock Received on sine 1111111..211- last Per flat .bot-7 baltrjs.coUuu to order.PASSEXGERS. }"
our 7,710f . .
":.,- < ,- jiii-1-, ; ,." v .J hjuTbad! J n.:aheranythin! Reputed distance by land 1 travel . ....'''iJ < 2
le but thi'isit previously! .. . .3StJf
; .1..- 1 ;.1'\.". :I1 <: ?\''....I1'II1..n.lH': .' thr.t )jieuod City Orlrawt was"made at a >y str.iiirht geographical. b7.December ) ='.,
"ii 1.11l1ht' clef;eient- will be nearer when g ho --16,:;(I bate.r 11
: season Eg, Xogg :and >go like 1 I 1U:;
.. n'w l n"hArft l from r('<*rtntmi t.ttf'r Exported since oi-r List, .5.S35previou.lv Per hip Flonclian-Mi.-s Darden. f
the old IIarryI .---- ** Per Brig Florida Mr. Jackson.
.1': 'r" i j. \'iY rot nl !n.1J1'lic"f' the 1 ... 12.570() .
I ------ -- Dcpakhcs have been sent from the tate: Per schr Sw.illow"Mr ( .
-h4l', ,+r\t:1mnn 1: 1r"- hkely tol"p 111' -I\-W. Grady & lady ; Mrs Gil-
". ', oat w'VMn1h. +in the -wholebt J DKSTlsL'CTlON OF THE FANNY ELLSLER. Department to Col. Joseph B. Browne, Marshal Frock on hand not cleared, .21,9 T t inn ; \rt'' :r*. W B Leary, T \\Phale\-\., E Myers,
.t- *'t41t4-: ('J""Ii'| suny itv\r'h l.?'' ..'*l*ii) belt I The Steamer Fanny /;//.,1a Capt. I. X7. -aYae.
of -
the United States for the Southern Judrial -- --
Per t"ealner
f'..ti.te .!.e ed 17tsbaac) ; ) .-, ami indeed may s Charll..5ton-C lton, .A Stow,
1'l'ffJiJort.o; 1,6;
o'clock, for Albany; Ga. At 7, P. M., when in l escaped to Nassau, New Providence, from from Nt October to 31st December, inclusive Per'teamer'ncs-R IIooper Co ter.
('..-. j',!.' Xr.w V< 'i.e.-The folloivins is i an 15t2. ISI:3. Pl.'f steamer Ai.tchicola.'l Koonce, J Harri- .

The \lrro'I'sJ: mi Irs from this 1 place, and Florida. son. Judd, Thomas. -
,'4"T-f of fits' n:)m' f r of .---" : rind l the amount .
:iii-ffi; +' Icji'r, ;" in TsVw York for the ye-ir niiis! near Tim Shades," the wood, which was hear Rcceiits. : . . .153 SStiSfiExports Per steamer Columbus'! C Green, J B Webb, ".1
3 it1t! 1-i'J not in eluding lake! ve-weh and FROM VAVAThe. Alabama! brings Ha\in a t ..' 1S2U1)( l'2,57n C apt. Philips, W A Kain, Hall. r
: ,
;.t.',t hnlt11i' ::- the boilers ii: the hold, was discovered to be on dates to the ?.'jcl iu:f., inculsivc. \ 'l'tr stearner Oconee-Capt. J l\I Harris, A II b."

:- '' t ag r(: lk tonnage :.(?:1: G:1, fire.-supposed to have been communicated by The news that the Queen of spain I was decided Stock on hand 1st Jan IS.13.?(J,1 1 1 IS 1.1. ..SExperts ,IJL I Hcrt-ellen, Baeheldon. f"?

l'np ,'9, 1 -c :'v I fri) sparksThe; wfcd bdnij of the richest pine, and i of age by the Cortex, was officially received in Per fteamer Wrems.Boston. -Capt. J Snowden, "A Huthins -
j L i $ 2 ." tt 5511 20( : 1 Havana(: on the 2lst illst., and celebrated \'th of Cotton torn this :?ort from 1st October _
h the timbc-rs the boat old and dry, the llames Per =reamer Lowell-T A Hoxie I, G Owens
) 1. t2 j1w'p ,
/1 r': due ceremony. The Captain General and /.he ,
: inclusiv D 1 f
to Hist December ? :- ( 'Xeal, T Bnokilman. ,
;. 27071 spread with such fearful: at
rapidity as once other officers cf states attended church, when aTc Per Siren Col. IIM
H steamer Farrior.
: .
3,93543 bt: :
H..t 15 i tj.
preclude the possibility of subduing them. The ]rum was chautited for the occasion. .
-- "ic
It is announced that after the firstof To L i\'rnoo1.. ..[1,211 IIIJlavre. ; .'
\t Nola'.No. 49 To til loann-.. ..12o, 2 "GIn brat was run ashore immediately some one5nl)1)0SiI ofiieially LIST OK VESSELS: IX PORT. i
nand of't .g.1 built six i there JaMu.iry next, the export duties on the princijal} } .,I.' ((5XPW Jan. Sth.-Sloops and lighters not included.
1U2. fh*" : ; was was powder aboard, the .
gave cry articles of export, are to be considerably lessenrd.We York .. 1 1,2 10 i,12! SHIP
; .. 11' Briars, tw v 1* schnoner.s, one hundred
> rra which increased the alarm to such an extent that i translation of the decree Boston .V b I 1 Sil Br Turner. 60S for
''i-i'. ihin.-'M.ohlon as a '1 i ('an:111oats and nineteen annex as publislvd Courteniy. ( ) tons, T.Ir trpcoi i' -.i..
,'.( 1't:!.ias .m vr..th' eggnog.' of t'ih- all hands lelt her in order to save thii elves. in t the Diario : Ptdvidenee, . . . .*v'i t 5.'J.1 J e:,Jlt1U.all1.TI* \ tr> r* ; .

I ..t iJjo'iWird! eijrht I1r.j and t'uirtv-live. It \\as soon ascertained, however, that there was Art. I t. Every box of sui ar exported in a Spali Fall H i n 20.2Philadelphh Itobt.[ Pirkrr, Dwight, 599 tons, from Baltimore, .;!
[Xe\v Yoik! Sun. i ish vessel), will pay five rials ; in a foreign vessel l, } I J 5V2 \\'nitillfa i i : ?te r. :
no powder on board, and] exertions were then six rials ', Baltimore t i 225 Tallahassee, lladlt-y, 483 tons, for Liverpool

The tra4** of '\ "w-f \:,>anb'i* increasin? with imde] to save something, but proved entirely abor Arl. .2. Every quintal of coffee exported iiia Charleston . . . .571) S4( J Day tc Co.>
"' ,i'.Jiv and that ei iiv bid; fair to rival 1 X'w (Tiarlfinasme, l .1ckardt.t! ton, loading for Xew
L'. i'-Ht rk faj na n Gt,\ nniPrrial; ICniiiorinin. Already, in tive. In half an hour from the time the lire first Spanish vessel to a Spanish port, will pay tune New Orleans. . . . 7\0 1 ,u.-3(3( York-W. A. Wood.

the yiHOiint of \\pfHT jt. rleans is the stip'iior.D i broke out, the boat was burned to the water's vials; in a Spanish vessel to a foreign port, fo\r Mobile. .;; N1S,20 Livers-mi Coffin, 42-S tons, fm Sew York, wait-
thevhae rial ; ana in a foreign vessel to a foreign port ing-.I; & Co. .
irinjriMjirlvthewhol-i>f th.' list teuyear?, ] not the of of those Day
exceeded bv mutt t fifty 1\'r cent Ihn..,' ofNety edge, even baggage any on four ri\l.l and a half. 1 1 12.570) I George SkoKield. Skolfield 411 ton, loading for ;

York, as j-. shown 1 lly.lite folowinctall} ,: :- board being saved. Aat. :t Molasses and Spanish brandy are d I Li'.roolHarpeHOfH.'S.! .

X'1'|_ 'll1". Yor),. The Fininiwas. freighted with a cargo of cHred free of export duties. Number Vessels l arrived and don red at this Floridiar. Pratt. .!
li+?c, '.. ". Slt.11 Y "3.:':2 .S I9. -,01:?.''11- Groceries for the estimated at three Art. 1. Every vessel departing fully load Port, froth October to :31st December, inclusive -Xonrse A" Stone.

...; '.. .l1.tl.1.i1 i 1:. 1Vi:1 .H.. .... ..15.11.3, ri7 n.H1._'n lip; tiiou-sajid dollars, upon which there was no insurance II: dues. :- \\O'(1&0.
': ,:. ..' .. ..:'I,? ':.Uit 21.707c) -j -\rri\'l e(1. C!"*ar'd. Nile! K'unf.1 tons, loading for Boston-D BWo.'dtV'C"
merchants at their 5. vessel
being shipped by our Art. Every carrying more tha
away 1R4J.: !,
17.. .. ... ...31.27.1{:; iB.w03.fW! i iI!) > .
thousand boxes of ,will he . . . >
1$i.'H.. ... .... .... 'rl.l jJ! tlii: 2:3.2))95: ) own risk. one sugar charged tonnage Ships t -j 15 1)i< Andrew Scott, 1-Iniory, 31S tons, for X York. loading -
;.41..... ... ....:.?.D--4J.1'1Q 2I:277ili 1 We regret to record this event the 11 ore for the dues according to their measurement ; if foreign f, Barges' . . ..11 KJ 3 ._> --Brnj. Baiter.Meteni .
In 1.11.it." \1IIr1." rrma the: tu-o Ports oj cwr1".i1J six rials per ton ; if Spanish, two and a half . . . .30 15 10 jo >;i, Chase, rm Boston, waiting-Master.BARQUES. :
( \ :''It "i1fil! +' HH"1'1t"41 l toir'tlr"r to inariluw reason that the Fanny was owned by our fellowcitr.iiis rials.i 1 j I ScJvIIHrs.: . . .:S 43 jt l 3$ .

t.,'-mv-fcn t.:ir,t-. whiu- rhrim: tin' flTllI''f.JT j Capt. L. A. Viu-lj;'., and as there was no Art. (j. The same advantage regarding tonnage; I Hr. 1 ohr'rtratt, Johnson, 401 tons, loading for

1:1.: f."xpHrt tifUt; the ('iroleliniul, nrr :1 hide !( "i insurance her, the lu.,: falls him.- dues will be e\joycd by vessel carrying away i i: 01 bS .1 i 50jKimbor Liverpool! Day Ar Co.Mersey .
1! .,.te' !i I".' dr! :d! and fouiv-cn niiliio-.i!: -tiv:::' the! upon upon '}l iHl'.lks) of cofiee,and over 300 pipes of brandv.It J T Tucker: 3SO tons, loading for New
f'Xp.rtfr.ti.d' I'K' ;**. two pout horn ciMrveif:,' run.v Although nf no.great value, she was probably the j is reported by the Alabama, which arrived .i of Ve els in Port on the M of Jan- Yoik-R .c',,lltcr. 6

,.?.. -.?'-' inor.j Than a MrJ "f, ihe wlu.IDar'tt'; t')\ I',' only property \11\". held, and her destruction adds Aostenby Brim Havana, that at the time of her tit.. 1",13. 1SH. John. Groner.'Sutton, 310 tons, loading for. Pro'ii'nl'.oT '- 4
ill-- s.mi. ," ir. ilic 1"'I-('rti f'n+\n the port.ft ,1vV'Irk. L Mitehel.
tI1ii. 1:+'lp't' :mJ H :;!imqrl', 'WI'Tf' agar forty aiirthcr! tu his many misfortunes. Capt. P. was sailiwr (on the -J-'Ul: ) news: flad been received of /hia i p. . . . . . . .1 I.) JQ Tiberius. [Tones, 299 tons, loading for Xew York
(.-if ruiiii! \:1" 1 ,'iirr in rortnJ nninb-r? !if.-'< by thre"li onboard I at the time of the accident, in a very the arrival of a 1 l.inre British fleet (probably that I Ijir: 'jUPS. 7 jo lumbrotigh & H.id wap.

:: i!i;.>. Tit'.IS ih'ian from tit* tVv? n.'irtS c1t'w from Hr.lilVrv! m. tire; of the sailing of which was hags.. . . . . . . lt> II Comrneiee, l\lar too, 2S9 tons, for Boston, loading .
of health and the boat 1
( irp! n' ami Mobile. 'flIp oxc().s of. -xjiorls over feeble state having to he received route d,,\'s since,) oa' thcaouth side of Schooners . . . . . ;a 4Cl'STOM -I) Wood & Co. t a,)
tii" principal l cities on th<- Atlnntiu is annually m- landed in a swamp, where all were nece&s.trily the i island.-JO.. Bull,2.I.II.OFICLI. --. Gilbert, Given, 2S9 tons, waiting-Harper &
aecel''rate(1atio.. lluunes. .
crea'tns a1 Hn compelled to take the water, wo much fear that
------ NOTICE.Washington ( IlOUSf-:, ApHl.ichieoIa, } (Jl.-r.cr.: Stevens 2S3-tons, for Xew York, load-
f'j" Tlifollowing table 1 complied from the ofll- his bodily afflictions will be seriou-ly increased.CrZ'fhe contain the following cir- December 23rd: 18.W.: 5 in__Cha" Kotrs.Xnble : )
cial; ipport of 1 42, chow the amount I'.f tonnage ----- -. -.- .- papers] of $ir-f For the information of the "Chfimherof Urown, 273: tons, \vaiting-Master.nntNmari r
from the t
and cl>t.> ofvs.s! Molt by lh<* nine }urtst States: of cular Secr--taiy tlie'1'reaury.Titt.lucty .t "Jonum-rce," 1 herewith enclose a statement of ( ; Mnrr.s,227touz lischar fiin g .er-tast.
-lis.; bits. sc,h'S. allXew Dist! s. ton'ff Legislature Georgia: adjrurncd DKI'AHTMKNT, ) I j jIXrember he Imports, Exports. Tonnagee.., at the! Port Condor, Wise, 2J6 ton, waztmglaster.nltIG .
Maine; ...)7 j t :5 : ,oIfi 75N the !';d ultimo, after a session of seven weeks. 12, lti 13.: S' I r >f tap:.laclucol.t for the year ending S>pt ::"), 1S13.I : ;p

Mattiriltirt; .i..1 I 0 1.(.).i j:; Manyimportant acts have been passed, among Satisfactory( rvid-nee having keen receive 1 at:'; .1111 very r+>:pectlullvcuir ob't s(iv'tH1KA.M Caroline E Platt, Rice, C31 tons, for New York .
liar!"h4 '; ". .::12 I 1 5 l .
lihodp1! '':aad,.. .K C 1 3 ..) .,..-) :!) which we notice the one districting the State, of CUl1!\"P:.. of the Republic of 'ft:Gas, the vc-ssels I'o DAVIH r;. IIANEY, President Laur-uc-e Copehnd, Baker, 218 tons, fm X York :

<''I''lf9 ticm,. :t fi'M s :t!:{;: Vo20.ii I by which the number of Representative\ ; in the of the Boiled :States :and their cargoes, are made Apahiehicola Chamber of Commerce. waiim, ?Mat-ter. ,

Vrrk.6 1-1' i is I Legislature is reduced ;-an act extending the liable in the ports of Texas! to the payncnl of Florida; Crocker, 209 tons, fm X York, discharg-
) 13.itf: : 171 .' A
I'" ntistIvare .\.I. ing- .lekay : Hartshorne.SCIIOOXEb'S..
I :'b\" rt', ... J 201t 712.9 J !) time for fortunate drawers to take out grants criiiiinnling duties; I have to inform fou, that;;' 'of Exports; and Import in the Litrict of Apalachicola } :i- $ .
.'.hy.bud:1 1 0fi 1 7,!. (; 92 the vessels of the Republic of Texas, arriving in from 5 ept lt12 tn t>et. 1S1I5.t:
-- -- authorising further progress on the cynic of the ports of the United State.and their cargoes, become -,:Lniunt of Cotton' shipped to fore- .Sw.-llow, Shannon, 122 tons, for X Orleans, loadinzMaster. r '
( .
Total.. :115 31 200 .t t) HKi9552VnrcK :;, Western awl Atlantic Rail Road-amei-dini, n.IC.t liable to, and ure to be charger with theset ;(i(I i-n Ports. .. .. .. .. . .. .ri7W! J M W.it.'jbiuy Thompson 76
____._u_ to COM: pel the} several Banks of Georgia to cent totnalul: other duties levied on foreign I })n. cnatw r sc.h 7,.".-I' .Ma.ter.Vandaha. tons, waitmg-

rrir.'Mnt' of the ofl'rersi vessels and their cargoes, hy the fa"t section of': -123.310: Smith, TiS ton wiitinsr
\ ( ,nt.--ac rr-deein their liabilities in specie, &.c. -Master.JJote .
{ i bale 43Ibs) is. .
; A\ nii: weight p-r ( .5 jJi&y,300lbs.: ; :
<; rhc r S. stcan liij) Missouri, in a letter tl) the The last has certainly been the most efh-ient the act of Congress of the United gates of July: Value; of foreign Kelly, 52 tons, waiting-Master.

'i'ltw Sun, sia .'-J tV..t by n,"vt; of .ubm:'irine arM 211), 17'0:' ; the sixt section of (head t of March 27.i port, .. .. Ex"o''..-).-$0)-,:.r--,. IHI
'or it has 'been (H'o: crl'tl :)hat f'! o bnilers r.ndmurh Legislature that Georgia has had for many jors. 1S01 ; and tlie eleventh section of the act lof 3101lugttst,151.2. I Do aatwi-v, 1,7S.131( 10)' LETTERS FOR EUROPE.F .

ohe tnoHiincrv i? comparatively) uinrJMi4i Although the s:-scion was protracted but seven I J. C. .(PEXCEJ. $:ktsi 'JIf; 18 "m New York for Liverpool.-Packets sail

] andf n\ he rrrnvered, awl that after paying weeks, upwards of two hundred Acts were passed, Secretary. of, the TreaslIrI :\. Amount of duli:ible hllpurts.S21o723I() tlvj-t, 7ih, 13th; and 25th of every month. on

s'ilvuie il F< 'il MMO'.fd tliat nropr-rtv to the amount business. I /oassxa.Y .ILI7S-_ --- U(). free jroodt=,.2UJy-i,( !90 From Xi-w Yor!. for l.'ndon.-Packets sail on
transaction of much other
M'. !S'1tflt)1i'WiI> \\K' saved from the wreck.TJic besides Died, this morning, after! a tedious illness! ---S' 11,771 40Tonas the I.-t, 10th :air! 20th of every month.
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-- -.-. P The "Nativelracricn DAVIS, sou of! Cut' H. J. Flo'd, aged two year ;*' employed, .J0.77S tons. From XpwYork for llavre.-Packets sail on the
XATIVK AMKUICAN: AItTY.- Number} nvn .:3,310Do : ( l.-t. Sib and 2tthof month.
*iMioi'tl; .'< England at this iiincr I and four months. I every
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+ whose vess-rls cleared .::5.>S
of the United States : L.tterintendl.J'"to
Association CC/' the New
mounts b tb.lut X7jtoCHit
about a wiljia: ;lp 1d a'.-tlf of persons, holders oj centre of operations is at Washington, number, it I :. I n. JOHNSON, a native o'the town of Orleans, Ctu tofu Houce, Apalacliicola! ) least ten day before b-jd'vf the day of departure Post Office from at

f;1)'ClUllt&.1CtJnu.": f) larrev in the lunJc. is said, about 15'jWO enrolled members, \Ia.:. December 23d, IS.! '. $ New York-"poil paid.'*


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NKW"; YORK-Per barque Gentleman i tons Alexandria. CLASS L ttcr).. D. B. Wood & Co.,- D'OD GE' 8. GARILVIIR-10: water street, : lrI;01t.1.I1'1'RP()( [.=-The or
lail'le, 1 pipt*, (> bbl gin, 10 bxs s-oap to ord.r. Tobrdrairn Xo 1. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Xo. offer for stile_ s'up!' COJ' 'TEXAyGeorge Tur- '

Per brig FloridlI'I s mdze to D (J Raney; 15 Drawn Xo fJtlI'.l'llnrlria. in C..Trl1l. I) I 1M3.1: 29 Water street.Apalarhicoh.. 5 b.des} India Bagging: par rru-'i. will meet wtth dc patch.
;OKdJ 1I I. 'fav- ri do .1' RL ese; 21 do Harper : -pickage- of 25 ticket.Sclieaue. join =:; FU.JKREMIAH 2; coils Kentucky Rue< ; !-", dora l1ll\,) t "r Ii' -,::It apply to

& Holmes! ; 1 dor .\ Wood; 3 d..) Rogers & Nickon 1\Y. IANr.T.) J. J1\Y. inn do Manilla :,:d Tarred Rigging aborted Ilt'(' -. 11':1..C P. C. K"U.

-,"in: J" J do Roberts, Allen fc co; I M> do Capt 1 PRIZE OF. .ci.: .iI/.IU, ). .IS .830(11)1] J. Day A Co., yarn( > : -' 'r'Ji'-Lil'EPt/L.-Lritish1Pt/L.-Lritish '

CrMi"r'V2; P lIo1'lrt.t do Hill, Dawsori: & 1 '),)1//))? . . .1 O.UI! ) COMMISSION M E 11 0 1 1 A X T-3 ; ] ; Oil : : barqueROBFRT

co: I d-iT Mitchel; 1 do R May[ ; "> do J Day 1. . . . :,f)UO. . . .3,4 f I Ui I :"o. 52"uter sjrert, ,; JOOO IDS !bar i IP id, i burs shot! assailed 2? WATTS, Johnson master .isw

& cn; r do 't'h.tyc'r&. K.-olcr: ; I'1'' do (Invn .cr 1 . . . 1,1 IOU.+ . . t.'tllC) jan.i Iv Apalachicola! Fla. '-'!1) di>Z puici.it cait steel l'cols f ; (1 dischargic;, and will be ready to ;,

< ':rry; :'J a aborted receive Jivtglit: in a few ,la\-" <, for which apply to

Rid\ .v: 1 dMcKay *c JI.1l'f, home; 01 do B; El- 1. . . . 2,3UU.i(1, :) (;I'C('Il"'oo(1 **. ?Ellis, 150( kctrs Nails, do decll -- J.. DAY. At CoJ. .

; .ou \'f ': 7di Mew.n l & Butt; o Preston & ,l. . . . .:,(IJ'JlI. ... . .2,1 IJI In AUCTIONEERS. & COMMISSION : casks 1 Fall and Winter Sperm Oil, FOR Lll IRPOOL---Ship---r Toms -

MaHny: :'i'i'do. !J' Ort; : S. H Hamilton; ."01 do to 1..1 ,300. :. . 1 ,-uo( Columbus MERCHANTS, Georgia. pieces 'J-Knglish: ID dj stoat Ra '' it.VH ,:", Hudly, master, will meet with
rr:tier.' 1U Prizes of. I.OOa.. .are..1UOiU( Liberal advances made DUCK-lU :$ dt: For to
(Or:;- upon Goods consigned ; light do; 1 do Russia 2; for sil>- by o.s snatch. freight apply
Per hip Floridian-H' pkcs maze tn 3Ic Kay I'()* . . .oUO. . . .o.OO'J' to us. jai ; t dec2. : W A 'WOOD 2t:: tvttert dec t 11 J. DAY & Co.

Ai Hartshonie; -Jl I dn S Mitchel; !tl I do J Day & co; 1 . . . ..20:. . . .: :IJIJ --_._--- ,

r..i; dn Harper At Holmes; 1 do NV Cvelcisi>; 11"dtU 1 . . . . :U. . . .3, leO Samuel Schiller.WHOLESALE : J DAY & Co. oiler fur saleJCIl ; FOR PROVIDENCE.-- The Barque

S HawK?; .h I do il 1 R Ta.l. &. cof; lei do '-''-1'-.i--,1). . . .ou.lJU'J Xo. 49 fc RETAIL GROCER: ', : ) Bbts northern Flour, :.J : J'.n.v UKOWEU, Sutton,1 master, will

Iv kliart ,c' Vounsr; '2 Prctnn &, Maclay; S do 2CX .l-jr>. .". -J .I I U janl Water street. ; :,0 to. western do. : i **' have immediate despatch. For freight ,

Farrior & ell i: :M I do Avorv At Joiiis: 7"> 1 Win (J J 20.* . . 1UU. . 1"J,(OOIJ Apalachicoh. i It'li(K) do. and J Bbls Buckwheat Flour, t' I or [ .i'ac. o.1ppLy to *

Porter & or; l 12'J1 do II W Xan 'e; lO'i) do W T w d. . . . . .;Ij. . . ,III.! 1 tfrw.ird, Dill. A F Palmer.Scivavd (i BMs. N. '0. Molasses,: ,. 'L. I' jan! I TIIOS L. MITCUEL.roll .

Wood; or* do T Mitch; > doV _\ ,rJodj; doKimbroujh 12t..3). . . .."OU; TMII & Co., 05 llhds St. Croix Sugar, i -

& RidcwayJ'J; :) do W S Dciinrrl; OS i,!)11 I. . . . .' ll...SO10 -) AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. :1J{: do.. Porto Tlico do. + ;: NEW; 1'Ull1.7ne barqueGUTAK -
do D H Wood & co; 1 do W A & P C ]lair. ; 10Cant "u',:).,)(). . .'.I .2((3.",,:">(): No. -20 Water streetxf ; .' 0 cl0.> do20TK .I .ti J :a >. Stevens, iaastef, hanu'dcsnatch.' most
Pratt Liberal advance made 2J1Jf Ih;'Ltf j. I l.,'r cargo tngasul, will have .
] : 15 do Moore Ac McKenzio.NTAV ( on all consignment?, 10. etc .c -
( 'R LEA? -P?rchr Swallow-GO scks' 33,303 Prizes. . .amounting -510-2iMJ+ and business'entrusted to th-m will he ) ) Hi; crashed do. i i For iMUuCf of freight, apply{ to .

cad; t". 2:1: hhd :and 8 bbls t-ti 'jr, :JH blil-s wliiskev, I promptly attended to JtXirt Ibs Pulverised ('do. jan: __.._..CH.\IU.F.3. ROGERS.Nr.'lb _
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5 (dol i ltwl.lO "i, 2 dn lionr. 10
L'IIIS 11lt\J"rei. to Kimbrou ,'h A: 1 Ruli'.r[ i ,V; 3)i hhlu'i.akey. 3 CARY Coon; Portland, Me. fju; kejs. ; Xails di>. .. '! dllY next-The brig CAROLINE E.

10 k'lard. (03 do, \inola J lif i bls:es,cranbenio 25 do flour, IS"do Dodge! suijar L-, For ;ale at .the Agency of S. C. \\T ITTlTll, llallowcll. .W'}' ') pC5 hub i H-j: :;ing, p''J:{ PL:Tllice: master, having full cargocatttaf.nd'rntr

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ti-.ir It 1) (1") 1 b ..-i". 3. ca i ks bacon to \\: .\ Wood\ : 1 21 Waterstreet.Apalachicola L.1'. Spirant, :'JUO: b'j.5 Rio CotTee, '. .. For deck freightr [p :,Jgt'. apply to

lihrj! :vir::.r. o h1s! mnlas! i-s, 5 do 11,1': G do whi:- ; Jan S1541.I.SL 70 do: Java and St. Domingo co. : M.-KAY & HARTSHORNE,.
kfj ;; <-:I.ifIvb.tcon, to llar'er A l\i\ .i1U ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW."V7"ILL ")U hlf boles fresh Raisins Icy 10
}' : > \ <-s; 2 lihdss \ ___ ___ Water atIXM .
!J'r:- 10 W.J vhihev,10 !ke-- lard!, 2 hh! ls Won, G.\n. :MOLASSES. ., WHISKEY, &c. for the future reside'in! this clK'. All )0 boxes !Iav3na Segrsariouslinu5, : Ni'YURKTJr '
to, .x S'-n'ti'-r: 12: hhds bar. n. toT !11 Ar C' 11 any Sugar--.io ban rd:. \ \ who have committed legal }Ilinp:.*- hii .00 bales Domestics .F=, fine c o pp
:an) J.) i'nl-;:'! >: J2ir. to J Day te- Co; i:; |I'kir' IIK- to Mt-l.u--.c-s-').'> barrels. care while a resident of Quincv, will ple \toe ad-} 200+ pr Negro Blai.Ivefs; lXH1. :' hip ANDREW Sco-rr, Emery, master T

i 1', t1,1 :1.ei.tr17, do \VT ; JkH) r:1| do i !II Whiskey-.'{-3 barrels. dress j him at this pl>lcr. He will!{ continue n. regular yo cf ;es Negro ,hoes, : ; !k.s h':if her cargo engaged and going
;: : "iior ic To; 105 du (Irt'eii &! t"'IIJI'.122 c.:1I "" : attendance upon the courts ol .Taekben! anti \ : on ih rJ. I..r' balance (.f freichK apply to
I I'/!';: '.. Flour >; I barrels. ( counties5 and the :) doz.. patent cast steel JJot-j, '
\:0'\11 A: ( \i; 12 do Loekh: <'1'ilt.. Youi. *nr ?den: Court of Apjc-uls: I BENJAMIN
_. ? Cranberries: half barrels. Tollfihap. : UX)> 1 lcc-s'.and. hlf kegs FFF: ) Powder' SALTER '
ep.'r jan Go)
Lard-:-20 kegs.Bicon Oilice over \ A. Wood's, No. 23 Wh, "'r i -treet.Apalachicola. 200 !bags Slv.f! various sizes, .- water--- -street.-

f HARIXB' I l 1 l\' TBLilfiEA'CE.' I" I t : -1 casks. ; Jan. S, lFiH.I_ T!Ii i ]!>3 bar Lead.. .l. decll."JUST --;-: FOR 1 NEW YOHK-The tine copered-

Just received j. J T ." 'f ? . ____ per List Of Lrttei's.riMAININI RECEIVED by recent itrrivah a tore* f5 master, has most
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f low
by DODGE & :HIXER ..i her
\ J and
'. -- : IN THE POST OFFICE. assortment of Clothing; Boots, Shoes, Hits, cargo going on board.
!{IT OF .
p :11'.lLIfrcOLA..Ian. t th. .jan- 4U water sty.-vt.YSTERtES 1-\.r balance of freight
.-- Ap.ilachicola, Jan. 1st, LS 11.w' &c., which will be sold w fur cash bv. apply to '.
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------ ---- -- ----- --- -- --= \ OF PARIS, rer-en-wiring for any of the following k-t- n.jv2o It *MILLER & Co. SALTER,
CLE' AILED. dec" .:, :t fr) Water
1 Vi 1\litlJdI, fTS will please say "they are advertised." st.
Sii! ;:> Aalanta! Kuyintnid, for New York fly.J Adventures of liens Violet Arnold Justice Lang: Cah'inAsilh'y To iJie Public.subscriber .
1tv 1r (fI":11p Adventures: of Laurentini in search of his Caj-t H Low Abrau r.-IIIE ; having erected a larse and sub FOR NEW YORK.-The'fine fast-
7-Vr Km for Mt bile. '
tx, pp. Father Angju Tboj LinesL J .lltialInHOl. at Brown's Ftrry, } s:llin copper and copper-fastened sh-jj
I :'v;ii'; Talinu) WIITS-r.i'or Mobile. just received[ and I lotsale byB. '
Biker C.ij't S CBeadle McKinney. B; Jackson county, .Florida, will rec ive. and forward tH.-\ItLl.L\, Packard, mater. For
i-irk! Alabama.; territt, for N York by ILtrpcr1nitm i: S. HAWLEY, tai
all Merchandise, Cotton & the most ;+tt or passage, apply to lV.:1. WOOD
; 'c. janS -37 Water ,t. HenryBa.dvvin = .. lIar.n \ .' t" .C.. orr i
H.Hkn.. Blanchard. for Bo.-tri 11n. BBiiu Miss M. II Miblions E \ 'reasonable t('rrrs. Pr:':nnt attrition will .( given dec'11 23 Water st.

Wo,,IE ;i "p-:: Zr\\ Sicks{ Corn, for sale by" Ba cum Capt.EiyBarrett MaweyA to anv Goods corisi;'ntd to his care.
,i 'JUU : Oct, it Itat s of i'ba '11a;e. .
; Martlri Kinsman, for Bahiinore by D B; 1.IY"Et\ JuahlJllcn(! B P : X.BAKER..
""ood"C'o.. ._ following: arc the Rites -jf Wharfage on
.janS :S vater sX t. Brooks H C McDormott MDMoore TIlE
s P rig i TimpJeon, Bliven, for New York by D 13 Batcheldn NIL"lIJO' kegs Sweed-5 Iron Cut \'ails Cotton, Merrliaudise, &c. landed or shipped -

i. \V'ood 1 iV Ct). :1IiDF. SEEDS-\Ve:1ther.tieM Ircsli Seeds, 'AugBarnum 2 Tiios II t .and fen: salii by .. from. the Wharf at this Port : .

Hri.z Jntiiti, Cooper, for IJoston by Kiinbrouli! vJT just received, rand for alc bv ; N S 2 Mclat. T*. J . T.. .H- & C. II. AUSTIX. On-Cotton, per bate, landed! . .6} cents.

A- HidzwHY. _, ., jaa 6 BAILXARD ELLI Brow!] Capt D \VIaIlI() G -y r ..: 1 ,|! .. On" shipped. . .6{ ,"
15ns Jdo.-*?,; LoveUn'd Vj for,'X York I bv-Your A: JJriirgs; O E Nestor WrnNe 0con iplment and fr f ,,r ale low for cash-{ Oa Goods barrel landed esti-

Snt1.' COFFEE-\ \IJire lot of Java Cotli-e, jut t Bo\\den: Ed \\ ton J. barji cd1 c; "> Idf bx- Tobacco; rnr tinir -jer/ cubic feet! ifK'lbs.(
e cr
HTiZ( PInprrTit:hl'I1, for N Yoil; }by D.lrrllelenr I B for sale by Brodie x Rowles Orr 11 S ', 2 qr casks Sherry;; 3 qr do; do nctt to (C
,r'IIIU Jc <"o.r equal a barrelj..3
10+ baskets
B. ELLISON & Co. Coker Drurv Parsons J I Champagne;
KJUI. Sear=, for X Orleans by \/.\ & PC i.t'" fn: water street.BITTER C'cw} >v Ed Parker R L ',. .21 I china canisters Gunpowder; and Hyson On: Suit Goods. per- 1"Y.barrel"lttnled:3, 11:p.per.J. ..3t .;.:"I'
per ; :
Cloud J BCorlev Pa-c E W Teas; by NOL'RSE Jc STONE, .
St i-hr nit }n. Brad'f'for l ; ] X Orleansby J 1)a,'. l; -ill) iirkius!! Goslicn! Gutter: just rc- : deck ; c Hhipp d..3 u

Sclir: Sophia, Jenkin.for'ILivana1w: 11 Hodgts.ARRIVED and for: sole by A J Patrick \rm 2 ; -l'> 'water st. .", Wood, pr- cord. . . ..r. .2-3 ." .

-- jin.: M.[ A. MY ER 2S wator st. ',4 Churchill; Capt HCarter 3 Price John j\ jfULAS.- BblXew Orl anfir; sale.docl 5* Lumber, per M" feet . .fth' u. .

-.! F Rndy Peter Vl -I W A WOOD. 23' water ..t.1ittbey u Bricks, per M. . . .:i"eei J f.
= -
r hin Floridian, Pratt, 14 dys fm Xew' York to l weeks niter elite I will anjily! l C.r\tr' Capt: BChaji Rodney -Ids ** uu
Shinies, . .12
; '. .' Mite & Co. per ; ,
.rioTle. } '. : the JuJ ' :sip MPclnsa, Chase, fm Boston, via. Charleston Court far the county of Franlin: for letrer ofAdministrationon ? Capt L B 1 Wm HAVE cm hand and tar sale : Sacks of rnej.corn, oats, or

II' b dlart to ma:rrjr. the estate ft' Amory Itnt-r Campbell Jlaymond Henry and bar Iron ; Blacksmith's Tools; ether merchandise: ;containing

Snip! T ilina.! Winor. fm Havana.SMIJJ def ';,".i-d, ;and: f.r letters of Administration: *. de De\'alil'ort,UtU5 KichardtTho's} GTUKUI, Eiujli.-h] Blister mal Cast; Heel ; r.c f more! than three bnshe15. "

: F,T tv. Knapp, fm Portsmouth. boats nOIl" on! the estate; of Johr} Loclco, nWV: 1 1'inju'rentleriMn.; Morris fin Xe\v York. IItJlluwrurt:, uh .les! ;nlr and retail board,vessels or acatn-bowfs., from other vessels
RAPHAF.L .. :IOE5.Jacrola. Dawsoa; W } MI.-JS I ; .
1 1': :r.u';; "nm.r.J(! isr, fm Porto RJOO. Mary WroTr'ht and Cut
flea .;ortdt, Crocker', 10 iy, fm Xtnv York to ,_\:... ; ;;:;: ; J.::1I.1n' 1,1" ::1.! D.ivN S Spinney JasDeitsnorc liras? Andirons; ; Fire Spikes Iron: Nail: ; charged: or raft?, lying .at the wharf, will be
)1'K.w & H irr-hor.i Vvr S Sellers one : only _
: Bri;.twr"\1'" Copeland, Baker, 11( dv> fro Nt-\> Co 53s JyCITY uf F..anilin- Digins- W S Scott Milton Tin \\' rp cf all kinds, wholesalt- tetaih; Wharfage: on cotiou, or i-ther merchandise landed -

Yor OF iPM' .:iCHlCOr : Davis' GeorgeEverlcigh Smith Capt II 2 Also I a er.it.-rtl assortment; of Hardware. to be ?paid; by; the consignee: and when ship-

sclr.1 \\rutl"rhurr/fhomp:oll. f'n Havana. \' "E tJi,_- ,ub.-cnb'rs, Tusj;,pr-tors and Clerk of I I l.;Capt,. \'," 2 Smith! Levi Tlu'V atro; j'reparfd to attend to any orders'for ped I by the party takiur; the bill of Ladinir..

Srhr 'w811.11n'm., 4 dy.- fin X (rl:"'anSi -. t''V tn I l-.Ttio.i ft'1! ] ill tlc: City ot A|'uli[ <':lic.ila. Floyd R"" Sriiitn Rosa Iron or P.mw C.i:tincs!, l>hck>mithi ;. Tin All go ,d: and Ji.uchandise[ not eumerated

-.;[ntcr TaliahsjBs-', )Jaf-tlfJ.; fm "o'lIJlhu! *. 1:1 the coMn'v! of Fraiik'in.; 0:1: the! first day PA : 2 Copper or ?h..'it Iron work, or Tin anf ('or:'{:- above 'ii1I,1 clurged at ci.rrt-spondint: i.-tes.
iatzurald hrtcl M
\ ,arl"-1"1I." .Fn'JllaH. :frn t L'< '!uubus.: (,f Jin'iar: one : i'Imd: eigiit hundred-and: rt'rt'' ::- Ford John Sands S n ASimmons R- poling" } en rr-iHoruibX:terms. ,;fan JrOX Vt pelj, li.litcrs- and steamboats, Icing at the

a' i ir n. --Imf; : :. fat 1)atnbrt'1." : 1+,ur, do hereby ceitity, that thf wholo number of Fraser CONSIGN: iIEXT"T_ Wharf; and :not rc'c;i\'in2' or discharging cargo,
Jt'fI'"Vf1h Gconjc Zekiel .i r
C"lua tno
At-?+;-ti,*ciico.a!! Button, tin i l.If..Hla.c. Vr,, .trs givo'i for the oilico!! of Mayor of said! city, i is Gould W B StarkV H 1'0 boxes muscatel Raisins ; .r. will be ropirod, tn pay f for the use of the berth the"}

(;pu'i A* rri& Coh inf A.'kn fin Coluiuu: vrteJJrtvid G. Ran-y re-fived one hundred an ; 10 casks cheese irivii tvayto vessels f hOlts landing
fIo, : Gerheid Andrew / R (a fine article) ; >v discharging.
** Oriole. W.'todr'-ir.: fin Cnh-nibus. so'venty-Sv.'ven' }B.mtard; ]Ellis received eiijiit I'orale low The !
: (;irt E.\ Titus J G by FAJiPJOR k ,Co. t'i1Iowinrtidt ot the Regulations of the
'S Boston, Roland, fm ColunJ,u:. Ch lrko.T. Tomlinson nor, C. P. Allen one, an dec _Apalachicola! Chamber Commerce
Jilmcr; J G 41 Water of will besiricuy
Terry Thos A 2 _____ sf. .. ,
Lowr-H, dips, fm Columbia. J. 15. Starr one. And ff HIT} the whl number of __ .
a nrre(1 to-
cJi'n'l l : Th'> >s-on. fin Cnhun's Gray Jno 1) Terry II \\T 5 BE.\ IS-i Dearborn's J .
IJlIll't'r. mi; votes invert for the flii; ";-> c( the eight i! Cotmeiliri"n! SCALE Patent Scale ; of
Gurlev; N Consignees cotton shall be allowed
.rrireo, Cr-haTi'less, fm lirowjiV I-Vrry. far said l'-ity i t is !i b'irt.-eu: i.unorvd and} eitih-cue Thompson W ;, for alc by _days fir their three
; Height! GM human (> OVeutris cotton to remain on the wharf, and
VESSELS rp vV 'CLEARED: I FOP TIIi PORT and d the:?t' Sainuel! Schitier rc'( (:iH'on ttij'idred Haley G M N C dec I it l. II. GOODLETT, purchasers t two days, v.ithout incurring extra
;t!:d e\' -rlt\-fGur, )Ench C. 43 waterstreet.mjJBLS .
M\V \ nirs.Stiij ( (;pert: one hu't- ,chart :re. If alter tltication by the
> Trl'\'. hill ec-jred! ::M ult. died! aid: ) forty ;> J G. Haley Cart f 'Y Word C WWiicox wharfinger.
o."n. Henry vJuyon; ( one hurt Houuc S S .oi HO.SIX, for sale K-w, they all'jw it to remain a lon (time they shall
ltrr: f 1)iiuiecnC14E; 1 ', cIearr'd I 0"1 I.t. dr'-d and! !forty-tive., James 1' Fa.rior, Capt IIHeld'rsoll to ; ,
apply FARRIOU incur
one hun CO. .
Jos Wilbar ,& an extra''hart t:a per'
I'i, It'll- Brown. T. trin, cleared 27fh nil.l dred and rt\-tlve.. .1JI1I1Y.. Babck Caot ItS ,
;r ; J:Pilhlic; ; '..ialtvup to :ail 1st m-t.. '(and firtIh.un.* !I'. Simmons one hun Hnbbard Capt N Webster David jyl 41 Water :t. every twentv- our hems that it remains thereafter.

lini iLiry! ; Iliduird: m, up to sail l-i mt.Ury tiirtt'-frrirl"rcrtezrr} : .. Word: t:1e hundredand Hurdin Maj J \\ i-e Capt ,J L On Consignment Wood affil lumber shall not be allowed to

; Wui L .foii'-s, (aevvj) Tyler, to ail: 3J ins: on. bundled I, Jacks-on Jri'JenkinsE > Wheaton Bt U; ;II; BALES Heavy[ Cotton remain 'more than twenty-four hours without incurring -
and A.. L. CLmc'.tninetylive! : and 1 \'le :ulnnename'l 17 Osnafoir: 3, suitable:
NE W : ;.nei: having; : a UiSonty by thercaiter."
fit- o:<>u. nr.ldpto! sail IGih,! infhr *-?. Joumans Ezekiel Wakelv!: O .
S !L.i"I1., ( 'lif. IPuith- Ifith.tear t I/> ubnumber! (,t'otes t poled, virudtlaredto : FLErELLEi.HtTT; ; All hills will be
de.-patch ?
on he dulv" electedWitnes hatuW Kirshbann{ RKnou.s York (,'apt G II* janl Xo 2 Culumbm Block presenter: monthly for collec
OcJavn, Churchill, to meet with d-'Spatcl: ; our ; )hii.lijsf t
U.TDinr.E. day efJamstrr,1, : 11.t -. --? Kennedv Tlus G. F. BALTZELL, P.M. 1 h BBLS; Potatoes, Aprlnrhicoh. Do. 1. 1M:?. tfJL.
5chr Iary.\Vjfj (rait sail J PIE N... r.Liiisoy-. ,.rJ _
-, to with de. ;n.itch. *) hhlpph.s, 10 bbl dried do -
: L L. TAYfLOR: l11rChS-Checks[ New .\. JLcGay .
( n.t !.. Tn:. on York and New trJ)() bhls Biltirncro} Howard street Flour, ,

Sir S;<_ranaw, \Vr:?ht.! to sail \vithI.}-patch.. PETER. H6BARTWII.MAM Orleans for sale at the Agency of the Aiiijasta 100 packages prime family Butter, containing (AT THE OLD STAXD OF JACOB FOGLE,)

Srhr 1Exi'rl.=;Wotujbury, to sail :2J ni.-!. t.U.J.\, Clt rk. ,._,. Insurance: & Bonking Co. : from to 3;) lbs etch, for sale low by"' COLr\Imo, C OI GL71 \
?chr! Indian, Arranto, sail with dC --- Also, Fire and Marine Insurance t TAKES this method of informrJfrint.
!i ;u1r Ji-: : ( ;oth-i bv janl S DILL & Co, 2 J \{ .ter st -
.! ',
'nQ .
)'(';:1'0.n ; : gnat JAS. KELLOCJG/Awnt.. -- : public that he bas just
; IN'W \\.11.th.! ( rl 'vO 'ratrt! c>ari 21.-t ult. 1 II- HAMtLTOX; Xo.17 Wati-r: iitrcc't'fS; ': t ho BB1.S Pilot and Navy Bread ; ',do! &|Ict k-e-J. "; w- rt turned: iron Xew York-, with. a

.. .... -.-- .-'- .. --r 1J. con-stdiitlv" 1'r'ce1ltZ au addition to His attic]: CIECKS ON SEW YORK-For sale at the of first quality. Goshen Butter, ii sui. ll net and splerubd assortment of

:.LT 1TlJ H.i'-: : + ,w-s! for ",f CLOTHING, :;. '-. .; of the Meclmnics Bank kegs for family use, for sale bvVHlfMARSII J E WELRY.
: r !
i tYI .J DA1' k r''.. ij: ar'\\It.hy C-.nsistinir "f Cloth, Beaver Pilot a-id Flushing.Over E. C. SCRAXTOX, Agent. \ & RICHARDS""!)\;, Coiuisti.i in part of (;old and Silf'cr.afcl1P9t
stU. 1paLi'hfrolalrc '
r ?
Coats 4, I J" tM.: (,t
; : i janl 27 new of
$ _| water ; ; et. .- pattern beautiful Breastpins-among them
S. Div.triet (2d>''cifd. Gent's Cloth, Beaver Pilot and Flushing lf; VXCIL-.t, GE-Bought; and sold, by A XXUALSThe Gift some DIAMuXDSof the tirst water-Gold and
bbins Jc Branch, Trustees, Coats: ; i \ -' .4GentS Silver Thinmles
) ;; \V'M. G. PORTER, JTi. Fiicndship's *' Gold and Silver: Pencils, Gold
vs. I )Iort,;:!!P r'lI Real] Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and. Flu-iiinir OjfcqeC clec 1 Agent Bank JJnms\\ ick. "The OrFerinj" and Silver Spectacles, Gold; Guard and Fob

U J. Mus, a,,ignce (oi E. ( 'i:3t.t-e.: :"nts. \ ___u_ ________ '.Magnolia, *' Chli:-. Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mantle

J. \Vtl',.1. Blue, black, irreen and invisible green, Frocleand : ])1)! HI..I..I,( ;\< AXD! C.oY.p.p EIC i1S-rrlY: sale Rose" KosP of Sharon" Clocks! tine Knives, JLc. &c., which; he will sell

TWILL offer for sale at Pullicl1 iuTI'1 jL} Dress Coats.: \. _. :JAS. KELLOC'r.( ;' < nt.MKPJCAX Also low for ca h.

>; of January present, in fio-it: ,j"t tite: Kentucky Jeans }Frock and Dress ( uat:3. ,. '\, i\ (;.I.D.-For sale in sums to.supurchasers ., an assortment For of sale Holiday by Gifts. FtI.! JKTVELED. GOLD WATCirES AS CHEAP AS

fork's Oificc, all tnJ real estate late. : "t"; E. J. PANTALOONS. } bv'Vl. r .f.kTY LL.4R'1:

St> '."d J, a Bin-rtlt. Sjid J Real E-tate; bu-i-: :itu. Blue, black and fancy colored Cloth and C l5:. I. PORTERS S Co. 'lecJ" 1;. S. HAWLEY, All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, and
ste ai St. Jos.j'i! and \vhiHi 'P['anf t -:Water. st.
t, will be }>. rticularh' s. / j.lu 41 Water st. '-- warranted to perform wf'II.
dt->criicl; !ll --.UMr.' TTU5Tne to he !oH! on 3jiplll'lfllln Diagonal and tip, d French Ca>.lincn..rTS .. 1 BBL X. B.1; Persons '
It UV'AXCLS 1>X CI, '10\. LibcralTdvaaces 100 Flour, residing in Apalachicola, or
.ti.d! fa arcnunfr'of' Rolibins I ; fc I.ranch 1' : .
on Cotton for t'alr; W Ubls; Whiskey, along the rixer, wishing neirVatchs or otner
Tl1JstC'i and Mcrtiraireos with ("lolli Cissimerc and Cashmere Yests sl.ipmont to Xew
consent I.f the ; "
unrsJ'l1ed :)(> do. Je\ 'rlry ;
York, Boston cr Lirc'rpooIarL' olILred Mf lasses, repaired, having an opportunity to send
1, and In direction, Silk and Woolen by
.f the Uon'l! atr.tlt.1 1 ; Yelvet do. ,, 100 sacks them hands
Corn by
trustworthy during the
I boating
( ,
: !neck .J : .
ud.c ,
Irtnc4'h.. SHIRTS: STONE ? I Hhds! Hams, season, can have them repaired by Mr.! LeGay, ,
.lalJ.l"'i: : ;. !II. J. MO.E-Aoin .. White Muslin and Linen Shirts t.
.. ( ( --- ---- 20) Bbls tics s Pork. f.-r sale by and returned with nearly the same despatch as
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: 1'.olll1t to Jail. ("Ion.l! do. do. Ao.Ipswich aLLAST.-Waited by the yibscribcrs: O-tu( (dec H t M .\ M Y E ".. 2-S Water; st. thou!h his establishment were in Apalachicola.

J.tI:1L'sVool: and Merino Shirts ; tons, for which cash will be rafd. "f. u.'r'\< 'LL .. Colmnbu:. (;.,.. Oc.t. Sci. 1 b J:1. .ti41
t I h.-v; ,. this day received; in the Jail of !rb). do. do. do. Drawers; jnnl: XQUR: & STOW[;. .J' ar L.Lc'"' 1"on;, :I V tlU !'nme (1). ---- --..
.\ :;r bbls I lies '
FrauklC Woolen] and Canton Flannel Shirts ) Beef, IM do Prime do. :1). fl. >
;.utity ttvut'Trur:, committedai and Drawers ; S. HAWLEY has hand I :iiraisWATCHMAKER .
on uKl for jole i')bMs' !
iurticrn Flour '
: !
-13 ,
runaway stare the followi2 I Stocks, Scarf, Cravats Suspenders Gloves 2U hlf do do do FORMERLY
*, answering and a full assortment of School], BliJik hfTbb'is! OF MOBILE.
Prayerand : Buckwheat
: description : .One his i is JAMES Ilosicrr i I : ; bbl white Beans, H AS determined
s.: y.s name ; Hymn Books. Alo'J .-r i. >>--/V 3 to establish him-.
dark, mulatto, .,.,1 aJ'u{ 3hen and Dairy; Butter, :?t /::. '.:f self: permanently in this and
-) copies Mysteries of Pans, .j ''u5l t7! : city,
!11 1 inci!!les tall, .t(.dk: erect awl"wears a black hat. Dressing. or Morning Gowns. :::2-i (Cousin liinton (Wulsey & 1Valdey's)thraL}; t't Sn;r, Ssarsi-,, :si -peettulhsolicits} the pat )na
Ii. r II' + lbs do
a Mutut 2 vi'ars, says his J" XinaJo < and the -
: upcountry
na..1. la WILLIAM: about! 3 J.ctI ini-hf-s'lii-li I J A gro.it variety of Gentlemen and Boys Hats and President's >i o\ -nil i b\s Raisins, OviL Ibs Verdigris, etitr.tlly.. He rl.ttters himself that a thorough
t1 Daughter '
.,:.!I;K. "' '' tllckl-i'-! I sftj-jjn a Ltllc. Ill walking, Caps.fjr J5 Traduced .liJlI' Ibr 1'uttT; : ) kzs pure White Lead and practical knl"\ledrc of his business, com
I ) kf'laek
-x.-;'j. a -jp. ..v.a, (: The above iroodsill be sold Paint, lido Xo White Lead, bined with desire
had with[ low a to deMrv
ne.Mes l (them very for J5 Fortunes cf Caleb and obtain the
WI"., J t ta'ien ua. a cah.! : Stukely, 1 lo 1 b\; T..!haet'G, 10(3( bxs Soai, confiil k
*<-!. paper} puronrlin to be a [p as dec? li *" 100 Romances Real Life, cheats i:1.oftbt' public will ensure him success
tKE Tea :
iSa.'uici .McCnui: ", ;lIld| dated: Kt f January 1 SALE :J" Magic Mesmerism j bbl smoked Tt.ncri: :, in his undertaking.! Shop stairs in Baitzell'sBuildings.
; ) up
1 Ui ( For
} J ll.' I 1'te.lr! car f ftwr .r''lI. s de.lly \\1'rOOD .
: tjirjst-r liven Haker S Entrance next door the Post Office.
; co'.m'tMr'TtR. IIMJ 1:1,1s] Flour 0") Adventures of a Green Horn, deC'- to
,:',.-.f a .\ny. p'r 'm (1.uli11. said; :a>,.rn.lS, will 10 lHllb X. O.;Suar Jo *. Romantic Biography of the Age ofElizlI.t --- ----- .n: Water st.- Refer to B. T. CARD, Esq.Apalachicola l. .

."itak'> t-hr-m fonvird, jrun. 1>r.,'',(rt.r.- lay: ch ,iraes" 1i1) d I +. St. Croix liD.; II, *>iv oiiition of Ptrtiiersliip. Sept It 1;, IS-13. 33 tf

away. C. \HEr.\D.!{ :.,1 Ihl; lVbikev C"> Kate in Se-irch of a I Husband[ T tE: Law Partnership heretofore ia .
11 existing
=l Jii: I'Qiupr Frjn'khii ; [ and now landing from schr.
Mi'd' Co. ::25 :1'1js'. ; !.'j" Philip in search of a Wife. tfc ApaUchicola; District between'M.. H. ,Jr.THIUYEJ' : Potatoes

A tine miich COW 10 Ilbds H.Jclln Hams and Sides 27 Water. ;Ki.vTmoiroH & GEORGE S. HAWKINS, is ,
aI(1.11.1'! ( for ale ; th; d 5 Bbls White Beans,
-1t"1l| '-W. apply to FAKUJOR At CO., 100( j.rs K.-ntiu-ky Bair; :m-,'; X COXS1GXMEXTJu : tv \xiH t lY di solved by mutual consent. Each par- 20 do. dried apples,
.II I i bales rf1lIia.! O co'itinu.j. to practice in the
I IV same Courts as
J [ li5 do.
/ H Water bt. bales India Bagdng, I teen do. .
loc.+ jls t.cHiI'I'r.. II. I;.
refers those
A "VIiE asyranentofegruSlifrtsand'1'rou hituckyhUIe: l Rope ; 3u coils Manilla Rope? to persons w sh.c H>30 Ibs choice family butter, in boxes containing .
1 1'' ,1'1) Manilla employ him to Col. Hawkins
.&w, dust received bv Rope ; -30 hales Kentucky Rope, mediate any im from -i to 30 lbs each, all m-
nor?:, St 1) sucks Rio Colletl l advice or assistance in his absence :
vdtcll necessary
For sale low.for cash. AI. order
.. ; -V MILLER& Co. ; MYERS, -. price .' I .
KIMBROUGH RIDGWAY- Nov. 20 ,1141 28 Waters'. 5000! trot' white pine boards, for sale by
Dec 1C, 1S13. :jf decl r S. DILL & Co. 29 WaterAI +.'' t

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NOT ICE S. LEGAL N 0 'r I a E S. U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES. Warehouse Charges adopted by
: the Cotton Presses.COTTON .
__ _-____ -- __ _--_-_-__- _-_------ ---- --- ---- --- -- ---- -
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for will be received at the
Keceiver's Sale. United States of America. U. S. Marshal's Sale.
: if compressed; within one mouth
Benjamin F. Xoi/rse administrator TERRITORY OF FLORIDA-DISTRICT: OF Samuel St. John,

no charge will be made for storage, but I cents
de horn's ) of APALACHICOLA. vs. HOAR HOUND
( non estate If GANDY.ITS
of O C Raymond, dec'd l The President of the i'nitcd: Slates: Bank of Pensncola. __ }per bale will be charged for labor tiering, fcc.
IX CHANCERY To the .Marshal District, not compressed within one month, 20 cent per rt
complainant. f of Apalachicola virtue of a writ of fi. fa., from Jackson
BY bale will'be charged for storage, and 5 cents per POWER is UNIVERSAL.
vs* I Greeting: Court to me directed, in favor of
Abraham Allison, surviving I| TIIEHE.\S Samuel Alsardi has exhibited a Samuel St. John, vs. Bank of Pensacola, I will week thcrenftc-r.; Time computed from date of "For the angel: of death spread his wings on the

partner, Barker, ct al. J Libel in the United States District Court offer for sale at public outcry at the Court House receipt u.ntil, I delivered to lighter or vessel. Cot blast,
IN pursUiUice of a decretal order, made in the Court of and ton changing hands will in all cases be liable to And breathed in the face of mankind as he passed.
named the sitting as a Admiralty, alleging door in the City of Apalachicola, at 1IJ o'clock,
cans, P.cembrr7th,1S43, by
stor1.gc'from date of order inclusive. REMEMBER
Honorable Judge of the Superior Court in and for propounding That he i is entitled to compensation a. in., on Monday the 5th day of January next, new
o fanklin Count}*, sitting as a Court of Equity, and for salvage in saving the schooner \William Lot number (ti) eight, in block C., front range, out fur sampling or 'wei hi1\5! and restoringsame That the first symptoms of sickness,complaint or
bx' virtue of the powers thereby vested in me, I R. Damn, lately driven ashore in a gale of wind rceably; to a map of the cjty of Apalachicola, 8 cents per bale. Wantages: to be assessedby disease has an origin which requires but little at.tention'to
shall on Saturday the second day of March next, in the harbor of St. Joseph.We together with all the appurtenances and buildings the press when the cotton Comes in and the overthrow the f first cause of illnefl

proceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest command you that you attach, seize and thereunto belonging! Said premises being now amount Assessed: endorsed on the face of the re- NEGLECTAt

bidder, the following described property to wit: take into custody, the schooner William R. Daffin, in the occupancy of Kimbrough & Ridgway. ceipt. this season of the year when the organic state*
Lot No. (;) five, in block D) 1., situated on her apparel, tackle and furniture, commanded\ by ROBERT MYERS, U S Marshal. All cottons arc required (fo have six good and of the body opens the system in a premonitory

\Vater street, tin the City of Apalachicola, thirty Edward B. Jenkins and now lying in the Port of Apalachicola, Dec. 7th, 1513.: cl7 1m sufficient!' ropes. Grass, tow, bark or-cotton rope wav for the speedy gathering of matters which
feet front i fret deep having thereon
by eighty a will he Considered: unmerchantable and deficient.All in the of medic
brfck ;of three stories. Apalachicola, and safely keep the same to answer cm CAUSE'Sbeyond approach
store !
Also, Lot No. (13): thirteen, in block D I., situated the libel of Samuel Alsardi. And whereas, the U. S. Marshal's Sa" deficient; ropes will be charged at the rate of cine, and finally terminates in DEATH.
on Commerce street in said city, thirty feet Judge of the District aforesaid hath ordered and /T)Y virtue of three write ot fi fa, issued from theO 1:?; cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of How necessary is it then that mankind should

front by eiahty deep, having thereon brick building directed this writ to issue for all persons con Superior Court of Franklin County, to me 2-3 cents per yard. become aware of the safeguard which can be
of one story, known as ihe "Phl1 nix HOUM." cerned to appear at the city of Apalachicola on directed, one in favor of John Hardin, one in favor A. DOWNER, .11 gent thrown around them at a moments notice, when
The title to bij, conveyed by this ale being all the second Monday of March next, and show of Benito i T. Caro, and one in favor of Isaac S : for i the Sen tr Pres.C. tacked by CHILLS, COUGHS, and COLDS

the right, title and interest of 0 C Raymond, late cause, if any they have, why judgment should not Jacques) vs. the Southern Life Insurance and WILSON, Hydraulic Press. Simple as such complaints may appear at fi-st
()f said county: and A K Allison, in and to said pass as prayed. You are therefore hereby aut){ions Trust Company, I will ofier for sale at public H. G. GUYON, sight, they are the mere precursors of that disease

. property.Terms:-One-fourth ca4 h, and the remaim'! in ,'', empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily outcry, at the court house door in the city of Apalachicola Florida Lever Press. which.ends in CONSUMPTION.Why :: .

six twelve and eighteen months, with good 1.intand to cite and admonish all persons: whatsoever' at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the first :Mondayin Apalachicola: Dec. 1st, 1K: _d7 tf then will people be blind as to the proper
8l"vt'rallwtes for security, ;ati fae1orv' the having, or pretending to have, any right, title, February. next, fractional lot number (0) nine: ----- --- course which they should pursue when the Angel
Receiver, and no title to be given until said note claim or interest in or to the said schooner: libelled in block D. front range, agreeably to a mop: of Fire and Inland Insurance. of death spreads his wings on the blast."
shall bo: all paid. against) as aforesaid, by publicly affixing a copy of said city, together with all the buildings and\ appurtenances T l IF sulscriber\) ;agent 1 for( the Etna Insurance Awake at once to the necessity of preserving

BENJ. F.-NOriSE: Receiver.M. this monition on the main-mast of the said schooner thereunto belonging. Said premises Cnnp-iny; of Hurl lord, Conn., is prepared to life and health, if you have a severe cold, flv to

A. MYEKS, Auctioneer. and publishing the same in some newspaper being the same known as the ollice of the Southern issue\ policies of Insurance against; Fire and lossor that famous remedy, and use .

--Apalachicola--- Jan. 1st, 1S4. > jyl 3m published j inlaid city for at least fourteen days Life Insurance and Trust Company in Apa- dam ige on rivers, on favorable terms. The J. PEASE SON'S

Iii Jackson Superior Court. before the return day thereof, and by all lawful lachicola. ROBT. MYERS, capital of the above company is large and investedin : Compound extract of Hoarhound, now recognized -

James Boon, ) means whatsoever whereby this monition may be U. S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola. the safest possible manner, and its settlement as the only curative in preventing Con '1sumptlOll.
; and Dec. 11 IS 13.Constable's: of losses ha, always: been prompt and liberal. .
vs. V BILL FOR DIVORCE. made most public and notorious, to be appear Apalachicola, _
Piety Boon. } before the Judge aforesaid at the time and Sale. Dee '!:)_DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. Its merit is testified by thousands,and the whole

.' this case it is ordered, that ifnless I the said place aforesaid, and also to attend UpOl1f every .-By virtue of two fi fas from the I :ITIarine and Fire Insurance. United States bear record of its virtues. Sold
I session to be held thcreand from thence (imtil( a NOTICE wholesale and retail by J. Pea &, Son.
defendant do appear within three mouths and Court of Franklin county, in favor 'IIE sub-rriher, duly appointed agent for the e
answer or demur to complainant's hill tiled, that definitive sentence shall be read and promnlged of Albert Dean vs. L. A. Phelps and Ed. J. Sa- Protection Insurance Company, of Hartford, For sale by B. S. HAWLEY, Sole agent.PARR'S .

the same will he taken pro confmso, and the in the said business inclusively, if any of them gendorf, I have levied on the steamboat Fanny" Conn., with full )power to receive proposals and

matters therein contained decreed accordingly. shall think it their duty so to do, to hcar,-abkle as the property of said defendants and will pro- to i issue policies on as favorable terms:: as other LIFE PILLS !

BENJ.) G. .:\LEIELClerk.. by and perform all and singular such judicial acts ceed to sell their interest in the same at 11 o'clocka. good offices: is prepared to insure:: against loss or '1'1115 fine Herbal Medicine has scarcely been

YONC.K &. T.vYLon, Compt's Sol's. ; as are necessary to be done and expedited in the m. on the first Monday in February next, in the damage: by Fire, and also to take Marine and Inland 1- }introduced into the United States six months
:Marianna, Dec. 7, 1;;; 13.: deep Ixv3m premises, and furtherto do and receive what unto city of Apalachicola. J.V.. HAMMOND: risks. The reputation of this company for yet in this short space of time, without any extra

law and justice shall appertain, under the pain Apalachicola, Dec. 20( 1813. Constable.: settling: losses with promptitude and liberality is !ordinary exertions on' the part of the; Proprietors,

Franklin: Superior Court. I of the law and contempt thereof, the absence and __ __ _. ___ _____ ___ __n__ __ __-_ well known. DAN'L J. DAY, its salt has incrasrd with such rapidity, (especial
"William"Lawrence, Compl'i,} Bill for Divorce. contumacy of them and every of them notwithstanding dec'2) ly in the South, it being peculiarly( adapted to ..
vs. > December Term, ;. And whatsoever you shall do in theprctndsesg' IN BANKRUPTCY.In -- ---- :Southi-rn climates) that their most sanguine expectations
f Elizabeth: Lawrence Deft. ) 1843.GAME have been more than rralized and the
shall the -- -,-' --- -------- ----- --- -- -- ---- --- Root and Shoe Making. ,
ti duly certify unto Judge --- -- - ---- -- --- -- --- -- -----
the counsel and it efficiency of the Medicine established!
: by ajvpearmg on a sure
to the satisfaction of the Court that the aforesaid at the time and place aforesaid togetherwith thc U. S. District Court, THOMAS CLARK having removedto footing. For congestive and intermittant fevers,

defendant resides l beyond the limits of the Territory these presents. For the jlpalachicola District of Florida: it the Store formerly occupied )y.J(1- fever te ague, and all diseases of the kind, it is aroost
of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the Witness the Hon'l Samuel Carmack, Judge! of SAMUEL GAINER( Washington county, -'seph Schrodt, respectfully informs the certain cure.
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be- our said District Court, this 20th day of Decem- district, having filed a petition, praying citizen of :lpalachiculaInd the upcountry Small boxes 25 cents. Large 50 cents.
fore the expiration of three calendar month from the ber. 1813. GEORGE F. BALTZELL, ; for his discharge and certificate as a Bank- teat: he will attend to the above business For sale by B. ELLIS, 28 Water st.,

date hereof, and ans\v: .'r the complainant's bill of janl Clerk. rupt, It is ordered that cause: be shown before the in nil its branches. French calf skin Boots made Sole Agent for the Proprietors
complaint, or the same will he taken pro cpnfesso. -- ----- Court the first in to order. I Io has also on hand a supply of French Apalachicola, Dec. lUll, 1S43.: '
------------ -- --- on Monday February, IS 11 I, at
And it is further ordered that of this orderbe --
published in the Commercial a copy Advertiser for ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, fij o'clock, A. M., at the Court House: in Mari Gaiter Boots and Shoes:!, new and fashionable; 200 Dollars Reward. i f iWi

three months consecutively. ------ ------ anna, why Samuel Gainer shall not receive his style which will be sold as low for cash as in any R.NAV. from the subscriber
--- --- some *
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL, NOTICE.-All 1 persons haying claims against discharge and certificate as a bankrupt ; and that house: in tin- cIty. oct. 2'. t time in January last, two negro fellows j j

MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk. Ming, late of Jackson county, notice thereof be published in some public news Subscriber havintr been ALBERT JOHN Albert i is square J

deceased, are required to present the !same, duly paper, published in said district, for and during NOTCr.-Tlle 1 \ :: OF 1.1'11 t HER for ap-the --? stout, well built fellow, about 27 years ofapt J,
Franklin Superior Court. authenticated within the tune prescribed by hay the period of before the said of
seventy days day ', I feet t Ii inches will from 1G.;
S County of Fri.lklin, will be thankful! for a shareof high, weigh to
Maria Fredericks, IN EQUITY.Vrf. or ibis notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. hearing. A teste.:) j
( : copy
; \l'j rather bow dark
the public pounds: legged, complexion,
indebted \
said patronage.
: > Petition Divorce. persons to estate are requested to YOXGE! fc TAYLOR
make immediate paVnlr'nt; to the tubcriber.b'U. H W TERRY. has: rather a down look when spoken to. John i it
Daniel M. A. Buschendorf. .
) . A. Apaluchiculi: :Nov.: 1st, IS 1:1. nl hn
and it
reading the petition, __ __ _
foregoing appearing ___ _
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n ; old has
ON Dec. I), 1843. t -- 2" years a defect in his eyes, about 5 feet
that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf resides -- %Valiml> I.I'OIU.I'tt u' Sale. !Lt'CAS, and
NTOTICE-JOI I Inspector mca t; or 7 inches hitrh. The above well
beyond the limits of this Territory-It is NOTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply Apalachicola River, ;i'/I; / acres. otinnd .I.-..- /Vnl'ijn1lili r'('lInty-ItClleS I
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the Honorable the Judge of the county ON embracing the lower \part of Mcrcra- to merit and receive share! : of patronaire.decltf lola, having; been employed on the Rail Joseph Road for

facts, as charged in the petition, on the secuud court of Franklin county for letters of Adminis- rity's Reserve (C) on Forbes I Purchase, and running several years. I have reason to believe that the-
Monday of March, IS II, Apalachicola, in the tration on the estate of Amory Rogers, late of East acid! South so :us: to embrace\ also Estifanulga -- ----------- ---- harbored in the 0-
: (J. POKTEU: are neighborhood of Iota
( & CO., olS r for s..le a large negroes :
Franklin and that this order be published said COUlltdeceased.. Bluff This WM.
County property contains; the richest: I will give the above reward for
well elected stock r.f f DRY GOODS theapprvhensir.nof
in one of the public newspapers in this J. W. HAMMOND.: : Hammock land on t the river, us well as the most the said and in
Territory for the space of three months before A.)laehicola: Jan. 1st, IS 11. janl sit productive arable Pine landsIt has on it Estifa- consisting: 01'Cloths.:- : that I get them negroes with lodgement to conviction any jail so
Ca--iimeres, and Ker.-ev: ? ; proof that they
the time aforesaid. months after date 1 shall nulga Bluff, hema the only good Steamboat land have been harbored. v
apply Sattinefs. Flannels and Blankets i : by any white person : or Iwill
S. W. CAUMACK, t for miles above below it and whichas
ing many : or ,
District. of the County Court for Franklin Fnieiun!! and Domestic Prints: ; I eiveOne Hundred Dollars for the two negroes
Judge: Apalachicola county, for letters of dismission from the a(1- a location for a wood-yard is most valuable.It .- Brown Drillings and Irih Linens: or seventy dollars for Albert and thirty t

HAWKINS, Solicitor.Apalachicola1 mini-tration of the estate of Martin Snyder. late also posscC"* a waiter power of great; value, Bleached and unbleached Sheetings dollars for John, if taken up and lodged in jail sir '

Nov127lMil.: ---- ---4 l-3m of said cOHnty.fcccascd. Esti fan ultra Creek, where a saw mill might be Slrir tirts ; that I get them. JOHN 1). GHA Y. .
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FraiikliBE Superior Court. IX'ct2.j. l'* f:3.: B. F. NOITUSE, Ex'r.NOTICE.Six erected of any power, there being plenty of water Cotton Osnaburgs; ". I Macon: : Ga.. Nov. 22,1 l7.. dee I \\f'-f \tI
in the stream at all the of
seasons, advantages
John Banks, ) mouths after date I shall And every other article in their line adaptedto I
ap which may be imagined from its vicinity to the Francis Kopmaii,
vs. I ATTACHMENTBenjamin < the Judge of the Court large; and growing city of Apalachicola. This _the_country_trade. _!dec I I ySaddlery D MA LEI in Hoot, Sho"-s, Staple and Fancy
W. Walker and fur JS-)0' tN)
Returnable? De for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis property will be sold very low for one-third cash, J Saddlery IHAVING Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Saddles,

John of H.the Watson last Will, executors and cctiber'1'crm to sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of and the balance one and two years notes securedby made arr.mgement with one of the &c., Chestnut street, Apalachicola on hand 1

Testament of James C. b 13.: said countv, deceased. mortgage; on the property. most extensive Sadclll'l"J..tahlilt. and is: constantly receiving additional supplies to
1 deceased. S. H. IIARTSIIORNE( Also for sale on reasonable terms, lot number ments: at the North, for a supply of '.\DDLERd1trin \' his assortment:: in the above line, suitable for both ;-

1VatSoti> The defendants, and all_,fibers interested are iO:10: is 13. .13; Administrator. two in block B, first range, on Water: street and the season, I jAall return in the Fall with city and country trade. ,--
------ -- -- lots S, nand 111), in block 2.:, in the city of Apa stock of superiorGENTLEMENS' Just arrived and discharging per ship Lixvrpoo? -l*
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit, OTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply a
and they are required to appear and plead according 1 to the Judge of the County Court for Frank- lachicola. AND LADIES' SADDLES, from New York, several cases of Merchandise
Deeds with general warrantee will be executedto aId! containing Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats '
law. lin for letters of Dismission from the Various styles patterns. Also, harness: : I'ridles Caps ..,
to BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, administration county, of the estate of Robert Rol 'nson; the purchasers} in the appropriate plan,so that : MartingaVs: Collars, and a general supplyof ; fit:, all of which are ofiercd and will be sold at :
: {
this last will to the lots and land likewise. the verlowest market for .
apply price !
articles usually; kept in the line. : r\*H
,". for Pl'ff.: said deceased. necessary: ,.
No 11 41 ::m Atty's late of county, -
Apply} to T. Beatty, Montirello, Fla., or to Thos. The Mibsc'iber{ will also keep his usual supply FOR TIlE HOLIDAYS !
II. B. STONE Adm'r.
Baltzell, Esq. 'Tallahassee, Fla. Chairs Looking-glasses One entire. case assorted Toys of every ,variety _
Territory of Florida. Dec. .1 1 IS 13.: Mm of Furnitinv. : & c.
Apalachicola, ,
suitable for Chritmas and New
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT. deep 1m PETER: HOBART.AuaLvhicola Year's gifts for .'-i

George :M Tillinghast, } NOTICE( -Six months after date I shall apply J. Stevenson te Co. --=_ __ __,_Sept._\ _2.__1->_|ia.u___ __ children.. deciS; tf .,).
Courtof -
of the
vs. > Attachment. Judge County .") Water street, and one door East of the /Goods! for Cash.IIJ.vVE.just :\ : J.OCKiTechanics arc respectfullyrequested ./
E. I). Huldbut & Co. ) Franklin county, for letters of Disrni sin from NO. Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale \ to call at 1\0.27, Water street, an; i
opened an assorted stock of Goods I
the of Courtland S. Thompson, late of said ,
interested will estate ,
rPHE defendants: and all others a large and ;general assortment of Fancy and Sta- examine samples of the Lever Locks, a late invention -

JL take notice that Hiram Nourscwill be exam- county" ,IARVEYVILLIAlIS deceased. Administrator. ple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Bonnetts, Boots, Shoes, '.Calicoes, Cambricks, Muslins, and far superior to any locks now in Use.. f
ined in behalf of plaintiil", in the city of Apalachicola and various articles, consisting in part of : Cotton Shirtings and Sheetings, WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON, \

on day November next. Apalachicola; July .29, 1543.- Black and blue cloths, cassimere and vesting, ,. Ginghams; Cotton; Osnaburgs: Agents for the Boston Le'er Lock) Co. ,

YOUNG & TAYLOR, Att'ys for Pl'ff.: SIX :MONWlS; after date application will be Sultinetts and Kentucky Jeans, "1',.(Kcjvey, Jeans; Satinctts: \ : and Lines'l s, _lpadaellicola, Oct 2 S IS 12.qPECTACLE .

Marianna: Oct. 7, Ibl3.-- -- oll-lm : ( to the Honorable the Judge of the Mouseline Delaines, Chusans: and Alpaccas, ytJrlunnels 4 i I Blankets, Cloths:, CassimeresHhtes : ; ; GLASSES.-Convex and con'cave t
County Court of Franklin County, for Letters of Rich fiifd and strip'd Dress Silks / : O
Jackson Superior Court. ; assorted, Huts: and Caps, Spectacle Glassy, suitabl for all aces, 1
L. Pinkard } Dismissal on the estate of Willis Yon, deceased. Blue, bl'k and rich tig'd Sattins, :Iff {;iriw Bonnets ; and for persons having weak eyes, Sited at short i

Matilda vs. > Bill for Divorce. Nov 11 l lIsm A. G. SMITH. F.arlston, llanchcsterdomestic Ghinghans, l''v ::1 11 t ;irdware, Cutlery, and Tinware. notice by D., II. PALLAIS Wat::h-maker. I.
--- - Embroid'd Merino, knit awl pl'd wl'n shavls, '' "i'-.Ci; e Goods arc sold on Commission, and wilt Nov! .I 12 tf Chesnut Apalachicola (.
Peyton II. Pinkard. ) _, _
New Goods. L.
)lou dil\e Delaine and silk (11. "
\ fancy OLICretl
at low
at tor ready
defendant will take notice that on the very prices the monev.
rpHE J. STEVENSON & CO. Jarkoneff. plaid, book and swiss Muslns: DAVID( G. RANEV musical Instruments. ,
the ,
JL in November next plaintiff
third Monday take the depositions of' Shephard just received a few peiccs plain and Flannels! negro blankets and Kersey, 4 0ut--. : .)iJWatrr: : st. A SPLENDID collection of Sheet :Music, consisting ,
to HAVE __
will proceed l' Linen and sheeting, i of Songs Marches
in the town of Marianna Beaver Cloths ; Water-proof Tweed, -I cotton long cloth -------- -- Quick Steps, &c.
Stone at the Court} House and Domestic treat variety, I : Cabinet Furniture for (the Piano Forte Russets
the said defendantmay a beautiful article for sacks; Sportsman's: Foreign Prints:' a including celebrated
at which if time he and fit place to do so. large and small ; M.irsailes Quilts, very Urge ; Z-1,4-1, 7-S-1) hr'wn shirtings.u d besting, MADE t-> order, repaired, varnished: old sofas son,5. :Ata, Guitar Music,and infraction bodes I'

attend sees H. BUSH AU'for Pl'ff. 7-.1 f colored Diaper for Table covers. ; :Silk: Coat do. do. bleached do do. ( LJokin.aass., ( plate titted to for Violin} Flute, Clarionett, &c. r
A. ol-l-lm Cord: Brocade Coat Buttons, kc. &c. 1U cases Lowell, :Manchester: and other 'otton naburgs, frames by 1'. HO 15 ART.dwl Also, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Violin and Guitar -

Marianna: Oct. fi, 1s13. ---- ---- No. 10 Cttonard.,, very low lor cash. 11e("-2PAiNTS ;r> Hcavv: Lowoll :and\ Stark Mil's Drilling, -_ | 12 Water st.Kiiii3roBiIi strings, Clarionett reeds, Tuning forks, PianoForte i

Jackson Superior Court.Rcbecc.'l AND OILS.- -- Woollen and cotton hosery.Gloves .' ..--- --- - !keys, Violin bows, bow hair, bridges, &c. i L

Stevens } )() his Extra White Lend, combs hair-l,\rusK's, fancy baskets, A Rid way, Also, Agency for selling Cbickering &. Co' (f'\i
Boxes etc. (A: VI'just: received schr. Seminule and Piano Forte B. ELLIS -.
etc ,
Oil* cologne, toys, per
VBill for( Divorce. 2001)) his No. 1 White Lead, Linseed\ H
G.vs.Stt '. ,< o "Boilcd, Florence; braid; brilliant and other Bonnets, j. ofll-r for;; sal.: lowSgioobbls (Ice-I_25 Water st._
Cutting "eus } Russia:: Rabbit-silk aol other Hats, ', Whi:>key, 100 bhls Flour
I \ : ; :
the Oil r
defendant will take notice on fXXJ Imperial Green, Sperm Jack Screws.PATENT .
THE An assortment of JJo'ts and Shoes. decl4?*: f 1i!-Wt) do Moli*es; 20 kegs Lard;
the Ncats Foot Oil,
Monday November next, plaintiff. Ground Vcrdigriss, --- y.dfec2o ID) hhds Hacon.O improved American JACK SCREWS
will proceed to take the depositions of James H. 2" Pruss. Blue, in oil, Spts. Tuipentine, ) :) Xo. 1, ( use and various other purposed iy
Parker and Walter J. Robinson, Ellis Davis, and Chrome Green; do. Copal Varnish, MACKEHELHanel I ; 10 half do Xo. 2, (JGA1t; AND 110LASSES- mamifac'tured of various sizes and power, for Cis it
The of James: H. Parker Yellow, J.xtian: W. A. O i 10 hhllst.:: Croix Sugar, Kail-Roads
Eliza Davis.:: dt.'posions : for sale by WOOD ton, 'I'u h.tccn, Planking, Presses '
and Walter J. Robinson will be taken at the .' Chinese VNlI1illion} Bright '* dcc iS '1JVater: st. : 5) do New Orleans do. Timber Merchants, Steam Boiler Builders, &c. ,

Court House in Marianna ; those of Ellis Davis ;>(/) Putty, Leather 5 casks Loaf do. .\1 N 4), superior} Iron Clamps for Ship Builders. 1
and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Roche By the barrel or gallon, just received and for Glass While Lead Oil : 30 bbls New Orleans :Molasses, for sale by For sale by .

Washington county. The defendant may attend sale by B. S. AWLEY, Ko UXS.-lass; S X 10, 10 X 12, 12 X; 14, --dpcis- DODGE &
and cross-examine said witnesses if he sees (dec 27 Water st. lOU.tcgs; White Lead, No. 1 and 2, BOUTS AND SHOES-A good ,assotinentlor No. 7 Eldridge street, New York

fit to do so. A. II. BUSH, Pl'lT's Att'y. If Black for cash, by B. ELLIS, nr.3For: further information, apply at this "

Marianna, Oct. S, 1S3. ol Mm Staple Dry Goods. 2 casks boiled Linseed Oil, n< v27I 1 1 2's; ';lI"r't.:" Ollice! nodS 1m I.a
have on consignment and for sale very :2 common ----- -- _

Franklin Superior Court.: WE a quantity of STAPLE GOODS, consisting 2 Sperm Oil, BAC'ON 1 Hhds} hams and sides, jint received Ship Chandlery. ::

Louisa W. Sprawl, ) IN CHANCERY. of prints of every description, Cotton Os- Oi consignment; for sale, low for cash, by by W. A. WOOD( HA3IBunLISIH01Jelint', Wormline, Rat- .

vs.Crawford > naburgs, Shirtings, Sheetings, Glasgow,; Jane, FARRIOR & Co. df c1.I. 2-:< \\ater st. /{ Lines:, fend tit' .

Sprowl. S Bill for Divorce. &c., &c., which will be sold low for a bare com Oct 2S -11 Water st.'FOH Tl'liS; AND Ja lt-:.-.\ very large lot of Jugs s Halyard( Lines, Log Lines, Spnnyam, PackingYarn Hook, v
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, mission on New York .l and Jars of all sizes and descriptions fur sale Oakl1111t'in::: Twine: 'iait do., lIarhnefl Box ). j
cost.FARRIOR ,
IT S\J.E-IO pcs Kentucky Bagging; Bale do Boat do. Can do. Spikes, 01.
the limitsof .
that Crawford resides beyond ( & CO.,
low if for Caulking
l')0) coils Kentucky Bale Rope ; applied soon.MeKAY ScniiHT?, Making Irons Caulking: do.
the Territory of Florida-It is therefore Or- jyl -11 Water st. :.T bhls Northern Flour ; : &. HARTSHORNE, Mallets, Hand rump*, do. Spike*, do. Lead, Deel'|

dered, that publication be made for three months, Saddles. 10 hhds St. Croix Sugar ; (,leC 1 -10 Water st. Sea L'.id.-<, Capstan Bars, Coin. :::hl'aveBlclcl\,
notifying the defendant, Crawford. Sprowl, to appear ------ Pill, Peck Buckets, do. Brooms, heaths :!IIt'
HAVE hand a good supply of SaddlesIri: lf>0) bags Rio and Java Coffee ; ACON innds Sides Ril gin,
at a Court to be held in Apalachicola on the I on B Belts, Mounted Palm. Pinup ,
first Monday in December next, to hew cause, if dles &c. of various kinds and of the best quality 10) tons assorted Swedes Iron ; t C do. Hams:;, do. C"t.'IllfI10U Tar, Coal do. Turpentine, I'ttch

there be the divorce as prayed for in which I will sell at lower rates than they ever 100 kegs I cut nails ; by Just received and for sale by Varnish, Paints, Oils, Linseed Oil, Cor la%: .
any why Call and WILLIAM PORTER & Co. : For sale by \V. ..\. ,VOOD; .
the Bill, should not be granted.SAM'i were sold for before in this place. see I T. II. &, C. II. AUSTIN, t.
Water !
lec25 23
: W. CAUMACK, them at -12 Water street, up stairs. (dec! -H water st. der7 .'{n_ r))1)<) \Water. i. -- -- -- -----______----- --

Judge of the Apalachicola District. _decll PETER HOPARTCIGARS. 5 CASES Thick Boots, :3 do thin do, C 11101CI-; Clumpagne, P )rt, Madeira and Sherry .100 IJIU'S Canal Flour,

Apalachicola,June, 1 Is 13._je 11 3m ::).-A superior article of Havana Re f; do Russet and Black Brogans, Wines, Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin, and -10 kgs: Goshen Butter, .

LAKGEassortmcntorNegroShirU and Trtoi- Cigars, for sale by 1 do Ladies': Shoes, of various kinds, MonongaheLi! Whiskey, for sale by 50 bbls Navy and Pilot Bread,
Ao received by WH1TMARSH: & RICHARDSON, For sale low by S DILL. & Co. DODGE; & GARDNER, Landing from ship Liverpool, and for sale !by

n'J\'J sirs, just t'. MILLER: & Co. jan: -7 water street. jan 09 water st tltclS to> Water st. del:'..:, J. DAY & Co.



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